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 ,   I  '6J  I  -ISSTTZEUD   TWICE-A-WEEK ��������� -vV3I13DIsrEiSZDA.-Y-S    -A-ICTID    S.A.TTT:R,:D.A.irS-  Vol.  HI.    No.   47.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 17,1899.  $2.00 a  Year in Advance.  C B. Hume  Crockery  and  Glassware  A large consignment  just received and now  on view. This stock'  .comprises the latest and  best in every line and  our prices will be even  lower than   heretofore.  English  Crockery  A'fine   line   is  now on  *  the   wav, and   iudsrin"  from  the   samples [and  invoices   our customers  can   look c forward    to   -  . something verv nice in.,- -  this  line  at extreniely-  ��������� " moderate prices.  I !9  tlTow lo keep cool and comfortable will be  J^a most important question for the next  .J two or three months- Much can be done  ������jin that direction by the proper  ^selection of Clothing i'or sum  Jmer   we..r.  _}    -. i-  8 suits,    neo'liffe  3M.G  argams  Light weiglil  and outing  2shirts, thin breezy underwear,  I'cool hats and caps, etc., have  ia summery appearance, and  Sour Clothing section at present  JKis crowded on every side to  $ greet the visitors. Hero will  ������ be found just such needs as  I you ought to-have for the  I warm summer season, at pi-ices  I'not any more thnn you ought,  *��������� to pay. Let us present a few  * suggestions from this stock.  I Furnishings.  If there is any goodness in finding where  nnd when to buy worthy and seasonable  goods at pi ices that mean a big saving to  the buyer, then this will he  lCgood"iwws to tlie reader.  We look upon it as very im-  portment news and therefore  we -will see to it that oxm������q?  detail is true to facts, so that  when you come to see the  goods you cannot discount any  statement we may have made  about thein. ' After S o'clock  on Mono ay morning 3*011 are  welcome to thesa big bargain  offerings. You must remember* that- these prices nre in  vogue only for the time advertised,���������no sham sales here.  Men's  jlJlJLo  V  Sets  I  . We-have now on hand  a good selection of these  Dinner Sets, in the very  latest desiirns at riu-ht  prices.  Tea  ,.~. Ion's* tuie Caiii-bcic Shirts iieffll,$! anil'lnn-.i  ������. "lereil biiMim, i-i:u> lui.'.ciicd, non". pattern'-,  ���������    Mizei. 1ij J to 17, re. r.lnr jiriee si.il.  ;   ,'1 his Mile    7j(.  ) Men'.-. Fine Elastic Web Suspenders -Mohair  ) ends, kid buck, in a-soried colon ni.-.-, rcuulnr  )    j.rice ,;eie.   '1 III* ������ale  -'.'in  Dress Goods  nd Silks.  a  ���������JaO-yiirrts'Drev* Ciood^. cninpriMnsr twt'Ods mrl  fii:i'*y tfoou*..  u-good  '���������(.'Iiictiuu of cdlnrs unci  htylub, regular IOj tt \ur._.'     ftui������j iiricc. 'Sm  100 yarrN Navy Continjr Pwc. ul-o fai-cy silk  iinct wuol mtxuil drt'b-. pootN ol new mtucrint-  iegulurtwc iiiul "ion, on s.alu ������ut-  ��������� Men'.--. Fine Impo-le.l Micycle IIoso.  witls cleop  >    roll ioja. litfiuher, tan mul  brown- mixtures. 75 yards Knncv Blouse Silk in plH.i.s, nl*o new  l    V'H1 tlini\y l'������'M l lup. all hizci," regular price shades, makes a verv Mvli&h wuiat, onr ruiru-  ,    .>1.2oapair.    .N������.\t wisul: ah-      lur price 7,1c; thUwilo..' one  Men's  Straw  Men's Plain White Straw lioalers willi mediinn j  crown and straight brims Tajo )  Men's Fine Hns tie Straw lints, nenl Irmter }  m> les, whole or split Mraw with plain nav\ ,  pollen dot <-ilk br-ndi. leather sweats 7fle j  Men's Fine Pearl Ptraw Tloatora with niodinm !  high crow 11 und flnt brims,'with or without)  ventb, leather hw cats and satin lip-,at    ?1.U0/  Children's Straw Sailors, in white, navy, black (  ov fancy mixtures .' 23c I  Haiid ker ehfefs  ������o.  ."iviw Kmbrol'lcr.'d  Ilnmlkiirclilor- with neat5  einbroidered e.lL-e and curnun.  ret'iilar 15c  -Montl.iy,:: for   ���������27w.)  Men's l~i:i'e  1'nro lri--.li   Linen  IIiinclkcfdilcK  wide   and   narrow   hem-,   regulars,!',   fcnlei  l'riee -.3e j  -Men'i Law n Ilniiilkcrc'liief., wide and narrow '  lieni--, regular 13c, Monday, ��������� for 2k J  wi~B~^~~~^asXMaJi^__i___gTaa5g______^^^ ��������� ���������,,.��������� ,,IL, ^, ^,JP^B  Some very ].retty puttcrns.  Toilet Sets  O 'I *~*  t  A nice lot at lowest prices.  Water Sets  u Unl"jtie )>_(terns.  Glassware  Our range of Glassware isun-  cvpi'lled In designs and quality, and our prices defy competition.  CALL AND SEE OUR  STOCK.  if\.  In Out .Grocery Department-  ' ~*. - *--  With the advent of line warm weather and holiday-season comes an active  I demand for Cooked Meat.-*, Canned Goods, Etc.. for picnic and excursion parties,  Wc make a special feature of this line of trade,and it is with the" utmost confidence in their, excellence that we call your attention to our Clark-Jirand of  pure foods. Here is a partial list: Prime Ox Tongue, Chicken, Hani; Tongue, - <  Sliced*  Smoked .Beef,   Beady   Lunch   Beef,   Lunch Tomsue, Prime R-iast Beef,    f  h^DeyilledHtfaiu^^  v  ' '>   ��������� ' ' !  ,JSHM^>i^j.v4j^i^r_-^sn_w^gji__s__sc^^^  tBE3Xs:nrjaB!z&izzz5i&aecT.  I Boys' Washing-  I Suits���������  cciziCl.  lSoya' Washliif; Suit-  blouse and inint-  onlv, in blue nntl  white stripe, Mxcs  ���������1 to 10 years fi.Cl)  "������  llnys' While Duck and  Mine and While  s-lrlp.', blon-e and  f.n nt- onlv, deep  .-ail������r i-i.lliir, ciiiT-  an.l collar trimmed  Willi braiel, .-Iz-s _  in ltl year.). .Special   IL".  CB.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  Revelstoke,  B.C.  | Men's Summer  [Clothing'.  ' Men's  Summer  Conts   single   breasted, fawn  ��������� ��������� and grey stri pc, lorliot weiitbcr, sisua :'J". to  ;   *i '. ?i.2j  , Men's .Slimmer Coats, siiifjle breasted, in black  prey liibtre, sizes Hi*, to ���������!__   ^.i'i  Brown Linen  Suiting"..  and <  R Mens summer Coat and Vc*.t, in-silk and wool  J     light fawn shades, sizes :it> to -10 ?3.00  \ Linen Dept.  J23 only, Linen Crumb Cloth?, size '2>^ vards  f    square, regular price $3.(w. ne.-et week.. .'.J2.H0  (,' ?2.00 Table Cloths, reduced to ?1.00  ���������.Tliere arc 15 onlv arid would co.it vou in the  * regular way fi.ai to $2.wi. heaA-y* make and  ^    superb lini.-li ehoiee next  week fl.uo  IC niche.- wide linen cra-h for suits and -kins,  the correct   thing   for   thi-sea-ou,   regulii.-  pnee :*-*.c, reduced for this sale to ...'.. .-.'."ic  Oe Huckaback Towel-, fur ___">.��������� a pair  10 dozen only, bleached linen Ituckubai-k  Towels, fancy border, Irish menmfactiire,  gooel h. avy towel, regular price -Wc a pair  reduced /or this sale to -JTie a pair  10c I'rints. Monday Jl -. 7,.  100(1 yards lingli-h, Canadian and Americuii  I'rinis. light, inedin-.a and dark stvle-*, big  variety, cboic-- nauerns. our regular price ill  and l---,'ea yr.r.I.   Mondav " v,.  20c-New-l'iqne-      ." is...  5 pieces White Pique, our regular price Iiie, to  dear Monday   j j,,.  Hardware Dept.!  .. ABOUT  KKFItlUERATOKS ������������������    W  Ko   Housekeeper should   do without a good &  Itpfrlireriitov nml nl. nnr urines ii   Is  ,���������->,...Mr. ^*.-  r.vEitv noon thing-pijiitaixisg to ici:  . oiu:a.m l-RKiiZjiiis is i'3i:i) in this  White Mountain Freezer  IT EXCELS ALL OTHERS ;|  l'rice���������2qt  ?_!.'<) X  :fi|t tm .'_  ���������i"|t :i.-.ii , 2  liqt -I uu 2  "        lllqt c 7 UU S  Thc Latest Mode!  Sporting Rifle...  The'Lee '   ������  Straight Pull  36 -  Winclii'stt'i- C'.-iiliini'S 30-31). MS 55, 11.     '<  Winelie>te.'i- Ilifk-s :a-lf). ���������!!) (Ki. -It) S_2.     ?  4r,-i)n {  Wiiu-liosle'r Oin-li-idiies for Rifles, .-11111 )  Uiiviilvwsi nf i-iciv ciililiru. !  w:-_^������^ss^-*^^^<-f'-<r^^<^^<-*-*-* ~-$ Tt^<^r.r#yr#^##rrr^^rr^r-r<r^<-tf^<y^^���������������������^^  MINES AND_PROSPI_CTS  The  Week's Record   lor  tlie   Lardeau,  From the Trout Lnlce Topic.  On tin' Nct.lic I. wiirk hns lieen rmn-  liit'iifi'il mi n 5(K)-fiiol, iios'-L'tit, to la~>  the' vein ut, 11 ik'|illi.  .Tnr-k Cliislieilin will cniiiiiioiir'c. woik,  ic  ciinr.-c uf 11  few wi'i'Us. on  I lie  0|-I)ll|),     III     UlU     IlL'lIll     III'     LllkL'  Work hns liciin criini'iici'il willi an  nililil iiiniil   fiirre'   on  llu- OM Clnlil .'iml  I'l'illll'llSl!    |)l'll|ll'l't!.l'M,    ;|t     llll'    Ill'Jltl   ul'  Kiirpi'i-(. frock.  A very nice slinwinf;; nf uro is t'X-  pnicel nn the St,. lClniii, 11 propi'i'ly In-  fiiti'il 1111 t lie Grcnl. Nm tlii'in hill ;iik!  owned Iiy lln>_rli Mul'lici'hon  111   t  .1. C.  e.'1-eok  .......     .1 j     at..^..    ... 1. .     ..,-.tii>...  AVni'k will lm (���������oinincnci'el shortly 011  .hi' M:i I n'i K'-inip, ont''of lhc hit: strikes.  nf lusl, siiiiiiniM', This prnpi'il.v i.- -il 11-  nli'il ,-it the hciil of ICijrht, Jlili;, 11 ti-ili-  nl.iiy ol* Trout Luke.  The work of opuiiinir np the IIoiui.'-  -*l;il;e jri'iinp, neiir tlm' I^lhel. Inm foin-  niunccrl. Three men nre eiij,M^eil in  tliu npi'r.'iliiiiis.  .1. C. Lynch left a few days uero tn  conl inne work 1111 llio Mntr!;_r> Jlny, n  prospect, loenleel on Tendei-fool t-iuek.  11 tiilitit.iiv of Lai-rln liver.  Win. Thomas nnel .l.ick Nelson are  outraged iloiirn; :is.sc"~siih*iiL work on  (heir claim-011 tlio south fork nl'Lar-  deii'.i i-i eek.      ji   distinct,   vein   of   white  ei 11a I'lst that, assa vs. IjiS nl lhe surface.  The initi'i-iipiiinir ore on the Silvuf  Belt shows ->i\ to eiirlir, feet, of cui-lion-  att". heavily charc'il with galena. Ihu  averaure :i������s.iy value lieinfj $32, and  ci pa hie of coiiconti'atinn five 1 o one at  ������iiinll cost,; .also four. ������ix and eijihlcen  int'lii-. s->liil eralenu and copper pyrilus.  essuyiiifr $120 pet- ton.  The Imperial Fiver.  The Tinp..'ii,il Klvpr will shorten the  clist.-i 111 c lietiM'i'ii Revelsloke ami Vance*..iver ':y .-eli.-.nr f.ii.i' l.iiur--, -i^eavino;  tlii-place ,it. 9.35. p.m.. the traveler  will leai-h Vincotivec at, 1 15, p.m.. the  next ilnv. The li-iin lrom lhu west  leaves Vancouver at 1.15, p.m., and  le.ie he's heie nt 1.30. a.m. Both ttains  will lay he'i-e 15 minute". A thri-nijjh  -leepimr cn- will lie rim hetween Vnn-  couver and Airowheael. The train for  AiTOwhu.icl will leave ,it 5. a.in.! or on  ai rival ol Xo. 2. and returii afc 0. p.m.  The hoat servii e*on Ihe lakes will he:  e liaiitfeil I u make connections. Tliere  will he no local train, ns tar as is yet  aniionni eel. on ihih division of the  main line.  The Steam Laundry.  Chas. Bon id man. foiinevlv employed  in lhe"C.P.R. Shops at K.unloops, has  moved to this place, and has <j;iiiie into  partnership in Ihe laundry liusiness  with W. Wcindliniise. machinist in the  shops here. $2,000 woi-ili ol machinery has heen placed in the lanndrv,  which i-* situated on the Iler.-ilel creek,  lichiml W. S. Newman's new residence  on MacKenzie nve. The c.ip.icitv of  the plant, will permit of the 'linn  iineleilakintr lannelry work outside of  Revelstoke. and orders fi 0111 t iiu outside poinis will he pruinplly attended  lo.  The Old Sawmill Etirnt.  A tall column of smoke -hooiius up  into the sky on Thiu-dny aflei noon  tfiivo the first alarm in lown U1.1t F.  Hohiii-on's old sawmill wa- on file.  The oiiuiii of ihe tiie is iinknown. It  was ili-si, discovered hy a team-te:-.  Clin-'. .Moure, who was loading up  .shiii^lewiind .it, ihe hack of 1 he mill.  Thi' N'o. 2 liriirnrlr' was promptly on  hand nnil was juiin-d -non after hy lln-  N'o. 1. Inn Iheir ell'm is were leiulercd  I'i'iiilli'h.s, as iheir hose was mu 1iiii<������  eiioiii_rli 10 reach lrom any of the  111i111icip.il hydr.inl--, and if was not  until they ero'i, the u-e of the livdr.-n.l  ill lhu (!. I'.lt. yai'.l that wilier could  lie i<ol un lu lhe II,line--, hy which liine  it was liopele.-s lo expert lo save uny-  IhiiiL,'. The mill aiul runtents. inclu'el  iiifi lln' hoiler aii'l engine, shall inn nnd  pulleys. eili;eraiiil shin<_rlii machine,  .ire .1 lotnt lo���������. (Jou-iileialile luitilici-  11111I loi_rs weii- al-o Iniriil. and a e-ai -  load of shingle holi-. T|M. I,,-- ..v-ni  lolal up lo hetween H'l.lHKl and yll.lW),  with no insurance. The shin^'li' iiiu-  cliiiie was woikinjj and, a- 1 here i  not one yet iu the new mill, it- |.i������s  will occasion ifie.it iiiceinveiiiei.ee to  lhe pi nprictors-. as the demand for  shingles, was (iritkanil lhev were heimr  carried away as fast as they could lie  tinned out. Great ciedit" must, l-e  (riven to Iioth No. 1 and 2 flic hrifrades.  who were untii-intr in tlieir elVoits  under e .treme cliffic-ultii-s to allav the  fl-imes and kepi up iheir tri md work  for a lor.fr time, until nil tlanirei of the  lire sprc-idm-r to ihu neitrhhen inpr huild  iiifTs had passed.  held   their  usual-  nitrlit.     I'lesent,  The Rival Railways.  There are no lc-s Ihan four survev-  inir parlies ill this section of the Tiout  Lake district.. .I11.-1, now they aie 1 mi-  nine lines from the foot of"lhe Like  to Ten Mile and the head uf the Norlh  fork, and in the neijrhhorliiiod of  Thompson's Lnndintr. Another p.uty  of emrine'ers. under ihe leadership iif  .1. II. Gray. land commissioner foi Ihe  Iv. & S. people, will arrive al lhe  l.andiiifr in lhe c0111.se of a couple of  elays. It is staled on jtooil .-uitlioi it v  that the C.P.R. will commence woik  on the noirhern section of the Arrow"-  head and Kootenav lake line shorilv.  cotiitncuciiiir at Whi-ky Point on lhe  1101 llieasl arm of Arrow lake. Al the  southern end over -7M) men aie employed cultinir li^ht eif way and _r>.id-  inir. Ahout seven miles ot riijhc of  way hns heen (lnislied and srr.-ulii.g |i.l?  coinuieiiceil, and is almut a mile, nnt-  siele ol" Lnrdo, wheie lieaelt] 11,11 less ii-  located.���������Trout Lake Topics.  ,, "   Nettie L.  W. B. Pool ret iirticel from the Nel tie  L on Wednesday. lie? repm Is ihe  lower tunnel_on,lhe: Nellie Las in,.7o  leer, when," hei "left." anel tiie men iret-  linfT in al the rale of five and six feel  a day. The country nick is a verv  hi ick irraphitu slare. vTllre'~t-o:iU-actoi:s  are iimnimr three ei<rhl-hoii_- shifts  in the Ivvi-nly-four hours. Tlif'y are  conlident they will hu taking out ore  hy thu last "of .Septeuihei*. Bul'oi e  qiiiltiii������r work in thu old workings a  fresh sliiku of R.'ilen.i and cai litiralu  was made. ' An -iiSs.iy made fioin'.-e  sample-taken aci oss' the whole five  foot of the leclfT'- at the new strike hy  11.-.McPherson showed an average r>"l  10S ounces tu tin- loi:1.  New Chancel in St.' Peter's Church.  The "new chancel-of St. Peter's  church is. lieincr rapidly completed 'iv  .John P.. Wood, and will he an excellent piece of work, e-onsiitutinir .1 siili-  slanlial and handsome addition to llie  (.lunch. The chancel is lieintr eiecled  hy Dr. Pa ire I. with lel.u ives and friends  :is a uieuioriiil to his -i.-ter. who wa-s  I.it ciy well known in Onc.it io as Sister  Frederica. the Canadian Superior of  a Ohm eh of England Sisterhorai.  After eiirht ye.us of devoted work foi  lhe Church in Toronto. Hamilton.  Ottawa iind other towns, shu died in  Toronto. June II. ISOS, .    THE CITY CGMGiL  Began Business With a Warm Question  and Wound up With Routine Work���������  Tom Ba i.i is Chief of Police.  The   city   council  weekly iiiee". 11:;; I.i-'.,  the mayor, Alde-iinen Cr.ijre. G1.1h.1u1i  McKee linie. Blow n ami JCilpal rick.  (.'iiiii-poudi'i.ce: A lellei from Jas*.-  Gill and W.M. Ijiwience lelative to  the ciiii.liii-i oi lhe police u.airi-t rate in  .1 11'celit c,i-e 1. a- laid ocei nil lhe next  iiit-'liiiir: I'*, .liili.in upplicel for position"  o! scavenger a I. ii'2-ill per iiionlh, .1. C.  Hutchison for ninht scavenger ySO per  iinniih, or day and niglit at $150, W.  l-'leiiiiiiK for V1.V.K1 per 1iinniiui. It was  le.-olvecl to ilo lhc work hy licensed  si. 1 vei 1 trees.  The finance committee  recommend-,  ed   the   acccptain u   of  thu   tender of'  Mc-sr-.   Cimpliell    and   Johnson   for  pinning lhu hylaws.    Adopted.  The pulilic works committee recoiii-"  mended 1 hat no further ste-ps he taken  at pic.-em in lhc mallei-of leasimr the  lower floor of the Odeifellowa' hall;  that the pen lion of Fii-st St. hei ween*  Knur and Wale-* hu cleared at a cost  of SillJ.    Aciopted.  Dr.   -McKechnie   reported   that the  Revelstoke   "Wntei.   Power   fc   Lijrht  Co. h.ul prae-tie-idly accepted the tiKiec-'  ment willi lhu city with tliu. exception  that the tune had to. lie  inserted in it"  for   lhu   instalment   ot  thu   nu*.v  hy-*  di.uns.  Bv-liiw No. 10, trades license  hy-law'  to amend Xo. 2,   was, introduced  and  1 pad the   lira'., second   and   third lime  anil   p.c=sed.     The   hy-law   jriv<"s  Ihe*  e.-Ierk power tei  jrranl special   licenses  i'or onu-twelflh of thu amount of the.  amount of the fee, for  the  halnncu of  the reii.-ainintr fh'sfc  half of this license  year, namely to July 15lh.    '  In answer lo Aid. Ciaire, the mayor*  s-aidtiie police   commis-ioij   had  met  anil iu aiiMvei- lo Aid. .McKechuiu that'  riius. Bain h.ul lieun   appointed   chief.  In answer 10 Aid.   Blown,   lhat lhey  hail detei-iiiiued to appoint tin ee police-'  men. .iclnef and two' niirlilwatchmen.-  Aid. Brown f.-iilt-il lo see any use for "  thiee policemen in .1 town of this size.  . Altl.-Kil|..ur;ck said thenitrlitw.itch-  inen wen; reijiiited.  us   much   for  fire  protection .._���������  auyihing else,  and one'  would he no u-e.  The Council  Lhen  adjourned at the*  earliest hour vet on recoid '  The Board of Trade. '  At. the   resiilnr  meeting of the ex-'  '.Tiitive council of the  board of trade*  last Tlinisiiay eveniiifr.   A committee"  was   appointed   in. write, a   letter  to"  Hon. 1'*. Ooiiou. statiiijr tliat lhu delegatus did   nut  inaku anv inisrepresun-  tation in sayiner lhat Genelle Und made"  ,1 dufitiilu oll'er to put em iisle.iiner and,  t  iij.-iiliiiu    a ' reirufm-  service   on   the'  upper river and inforniiiijr thefjovern-'  ment that the hoard was   t ikintr steps -'  to olit.iin opinions from Capts. Tioup.  .  Gene aim I-'iil.-IuiicI  as (o the compara- "  tive * navigability of the  river in the"  caiiyin  and  ii hove it.    A special tren-  ei.il ineetiiiir of the bo.-ml  is called" for '  next Thursday to di-cu-s  tl-.u   lneiuor-"  inl   from the   Rossland   hoard on  the'*  letlislribiition   question   and   to elect"  delegates   to   intend   the general con-"  ven 1 ion of thuKooteney a ml Boundary  tli-tricl liti.ii ds of liade* lo be held next"  August in Russlaiid.  The Canadian Associated Press"  excursion went through yesterday  iifternoon with the lii-it section of No.  I. The second section, with" mail and  express m-itter was -lv hours late in  gutting here.  Tiie walls of the "Id wooden part of  the roundhouse, whiih escaped the  Haines last year, are lieincr replaced by  brick, will) gianitu foundation.-.  E.  P.   Davis, the well  known  Van-'"  couvi'r   lawyer,    went   through   from  Nelson yestei day.  Ai chileacon Penti eath came up from'-'  the south yesterday and  spent  a  few  hours here with Ur.  P.uret, leaving on"  the delayed second seel inn of No. 1...   -  LAMUtatimt ,im. omttiHjMuaCTCO 1  Si  f  l<f32  ���������*>jf.  .fi-3  -A  !a1f  w  M  W  l=-N,V  i-5?  y.  ^3.<|)^p������S������  -Kit-ro.  I  ���������X!  '������  Of Groceries have apparently,  dropped out of fashion ....  The Original Price List  Still Exists  ti  however, und can be obhiincd on application t-j  fhe Consumers] Wholesale Supply Store  -Ji  By consul ting this list, housekeepers g u"e CiU' y a lompiete stock ������f���������  will see" whether tliey are paying too������  much for their supplies, so it is worth g  ���������while having this list in the house ns if  it will  SAVE A-IOXEY  FOR  YOU.  V  ft?  ������  Send   us   your,address  and we   wiil  <n  mail you a copy of this list, which will %  show you what  the  best of sroods are $  ^ (���������)  honestly worth.  ������SS6X5Xa������������SC5*������������������^^  STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,  TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, DRIED  FRUITS, ,FLOUR AND FEED,  MINERS* AND PROSPECTORS-  SUPPLIES, CHOICE CREAMERY,  BUTTER, CHEESE, FRESH  EGGS.  Special quotation- iriien onlaiirr*  quantities. Lstmiares furnished  pic.'nplly. .Special mention given "  to larire oreleis fin th- entire sup.  plies for hotel.-, bo.nding houses,  camps and mines.  Mail Orders Promptly Attended'To.  ������������������ss������������e������������s������:^s������������as���������������������3exi������������  THSE. APPLETON GOMPANY'   REVELSTOKE, B. C  i___^li_^S_^__^_^l^_M_^_2_^_S_^_^l^____^_i!l'  tt-oMf^-^ Revelstoke  Herald  PnblUhod ln Interest- o  Bnelboke,   Lardtnu, Bis Bond, Tront Lako  nitcUlewaec, Albert Oanj*on, Jordan  _���������*������������ sua i__tflu faw i-iiBlrlotii.  A   JOHNSON.   Proprietor  A *erai-WeekIy Journal, published In the  Imle-Mte ot ReieUtolce _nd lbe aurrounalnR  <iirtct, Wednesdays and d_turd_) b, m������kinK  :loaest connections witn all trains.  AdTertisln* Rates: DUpley ade. M..10 por  Ml man Inch. *2.l)0 iicrlnch when Insert od on title  nape. Legal ads.. 12o per (nonpareil) lino for  Rj������t Insertion: Sc tor eaoh additional insertion.  Reading notices, 15c per line each issue. HI ������_,  ���������_������m*g-������_d Death notloes, Iree.  ButitcripUon Rates: By mall or carr.e:. ?2,00  per annum; Jl.'i for six months, stiiotly in  our job Department: Iiie Heb_li~ Job  Department is one ol tho best equipped  prinlia* omoes In West Kootena.. nnd u prepared to execute all kinds of pnnti-K >" Ur,t'-  class style al honest prices One price to all.  No job loo large���������none too small���������for us. JI ail  cmleni promptly attended to. Olve ue a trial  on your next order. .  To Correspondents J-*-We lnt correspondence on any subject of Interest *.o tho Rcneral  public, and desire a reliable regular cori.os-  pondent In every local!1 surroundiun  Bavelstoke. In all cases tho bona lido namu  o' the writer must accompany manuscript, but  rot necessarily for publlc-llou.  address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  l. AU .spjndonce mnst. lio legibly  ������ritteuon   o   ������.de of ihe paper only.   I. Uorrespc adence containing- personal  I. alter mil.' be sinned wilh ils pr pornauio  iflhewritei- ... .���������   n_v  A. conuspondenco with reference to any  iblne thai has appeared In another P������������er  muxt first ba offered for publication to that  paer before it can appear in Tub Uishai.i).  SPORT IN CANADA  In looking ovor tho pages of a new-  Canadian monthly entitled Rod ami  Gun in Canada one cannot help feeling  somewhat surprised that Canada, the  home of sport, has had tip th. present time no journal do/ot"tl to the  great subject of outdoor enjoyment,  'ine reason for tho appearance of Rod  and Gun, however, is obvious, and the  wonder Is thot it liau not uoi-b -so-  fore.  Hitherto thc fishing and game in-  torests of the; Dominion have beon  totally neglected. Occasionally in an  English or American sporting magazine) were to l:e noticed stray veicren-  oes and articles concerning the great  Dominion, which gavo but a. crude  idea of th.*: snorting possibilities of  thc country. There are many srelo-.v.:  sportsmen ln Canada, not only in th;  east but ho.f, in tho west, who lnvo  enjoyed the delights of hunting ,*i'id  fishing titvJei- tliu shadow of the. Hock  ies. lt is to such as theso lhat Rod  and Cun will be especially welcome,  as it. will f,ive the views of aV e  writers, some of whom aro already  well known aiitliorltlen on sporting  mattors. It will also aim to disseminate accurate aud useful information  as to the choice fishing and shooting  districts. From tho appearance of it.  first number a successful future may  safely be predicted for the new vry-  lure, which it may for onco bo truly  said it will fill a long felt want in  sporting circles.  _._���������  Frank Jones, a conductor on tho  Soo, foil from his train and was killed  Saturday night. Mon who left  Glenwood to look for him found him a  littlo moro than a milo oast, with his  body entirely severed just bolow the  ribs. His watch stopped at 11:12  p.m., only seven minutes from the  timo ho loft tho depot.    WHITE. GWILLIM &  SCOTT.  CHURCH   DIRECTORY  METHODIST CHUKC11 ��������� Rovolstoke.  Preaching norvlcus at 11 a.m. and 7:31)  p.m. Ciads iiieeetluK ul thu closo ut the  morning service, -abbuth School und Biblo  Olaea ac 2:30 p.m. Wuckly piu>er meeting  every Weduesuti} ovuniiiK at 7:30 p.m. The  publio lire cordially mviuid.   Beats Iree).  ItEV. S. J. THOMPSON, Poitor.  PETTIPIECE'S  1899  Notaries Public.  Kev-  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue,  elstokc Station.  Monoy To Loan.  \V.   While,. J.  JI.  Scott, B.A..  Q.  C. L-   L- H,  V.  Ji.  Owilllm,  HARVEY & McCARTIER  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Ktc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at S per cent.  Olllces:       Molsons   Bank Block.  Firsi   Street, Itevelstoke Slation. B. C.  Church of Kngland Sunday Services  Eight a.m. Holy Communion; 11  meeting, litany and sermon, (Holy  Eucharist, first Sunday in the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or childrens'  s.ervice; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy     Days���������The     Holy  Eucharist Is celebrated at 7 a.m. or S  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism is administered usually  a;ter Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D..  Vicar.  Directory  and  Map  ^mmm?m!fmmff??mf?mmm?ffmmmmmimmmmm3  SATURDAY.  JUNE     IT,  14*99. !  THE CRIMINAL CODE  The bill which tho minister of jus-  lice has prepared in amendment to  iho Criminal Code, 1S92, will bo of 20  or more pages. In addition to tho  provisions respecting lotteries and  gambling, tho measure provides that  "everyone is guilty of an Indictable  offence and liable to ono year's imprisonment who by failing to perform  nny  legal  duty,  permits  a person  in  Toronto Telegram:      Ontario     docs  not mind boing called corrupt, but tho  stale eggs should   not be  thrown   by  !tho  Brandon   Independent      or      nny  ' other journal published in a province  1 which could be bought or cheated into  supporting a government pledged    to  attack its own educational freedom.  DR. E. H. S. MoLEAN.  Ollice   and   Residence   two   eloors  of Cowan Block.  Third  Street,  Centre.  Night and day calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  east  EDUDC ATION AL CARD.  PBESBYTE1UAN CHURCH���������Hoyelstoke.  uervico evor> Sunday ui 11 a.m. Mitt 7:HU  p.m. Bib'o (Jims nt '1:1111 p.m., to which  all are welcomo. Pruyor meeting ac 8 p.m,  evory Wednesday.  KEV. T. MKNZIES, Pttttlor.  City of  Revelstoke  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated ijy Act of Parliament, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  i  PAID UP CAPITAL.      - S2.O0O.OOO  REST FUND .....      $1,600,000  DIRECTORS:   Wu. Moi.son Mac.mkrbon, President;  S. H. Ewikci, Vice-President',  XV. M. Ramsay, Samuel Fin-ley, IIknhv Ahchiiiald, J. P. Ci.KcmonN,  H. Markla-D Molson.  F. Wokfketon Thomas, General Manager.  A general banking business transacted,  rates.  Interest allowed at current :z  J. D. MOLSON. 2  MANACiKIl, KKVKI.RTOKB,  B, C.       3f  R  OMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH-Rovul-  month ul 10:30 a.m.  REV.  FATHER TIIAYEK.  SALVATION ARMY���������Meetings cvory night  in choir hull ou Front Strcot  Pencil tlrawins, black and colored  cravons, oil anil water color on canvas's,   silk,   china,   etc.  Two hours weekly: $1 per month.  Knglish (evening class). 6 hours  weekly. 53 per month. French, two  hours weeklv. SI per month. Latin,  two  hours  weekly,  $4  per month.  Special terms to families.  Address: Jliss Steele. McKenzie  Avenue,  opposite  Taylor Block.  his custody, on a criminal charge, to  escape therefrom." This clause, providing acainst negligent escape, was  contained in the bill of 1892, but was  struck out.  Scurrilous mail matter causes Bon-  ous troublo to the post office department, and thc sending of It is a  gTave offence.  An amendment is made to tho law  concerning seduction, by which girls  abovo 14 and under 10 years of age.  who have preferred charges, will not  be required to establish their prc-  viouslv chaste character. Provision  is also made against-the seduction of  girls under 21 years, employed In  shops or stores, or as domestics,  under penally of two years' imprisonmnent. Provisions are also inserted  to remove technical difficulties in establishing girls' ages, in consequence  of which tho law has become almost a  dead letter.  Section 410 has been amended to  provide against burglary, that evory  one convicted of an offence under this  section, who when arrested or when ho  committed such- offence, had upon his  person any offensive weapon, shall in  addition to the imprisonment above  prescribed, be liable to be whipped.  Ii has been represented that crimes of  this nature have been alarmingly  frequent of late, and tbat in many  cases thev are committed by professional tramps, which class is yeai by  vear becoming a" greater menace to  - the peace and safety of residents of  small towns and of villages and rural  districts.  Penalties are io be imposed against  anvone who has in his possession any  plate, roll or die* for printing or engraving Dominion notes or stamps.  Provision is also, to be made to prevent, under penalties, the tendering of  bills of defunct "banks ������nd notes of  the confederated.states.  In the clause which forbids parties  conspiring or combining with companies to unduly limit the facilities  for transportation, production, manufacture, etc., to unduly enhance  prices or to unduly prevent competition, is added a provision' that nothing  in this clause shall be construed to  apply to combinations of workmen or  .empioyees for their own reasonable  protection as such workmen or em-  Dloyees.  The new act will remove all doubt  as to the right to read all depositions  tak4h at a previous trial.  It has been held that the technical  pgeei of a prisoner's having once  elcted to be tried by jury is that his  power to elect has been therefore ex-  ---'nausted���������a-consequencc--which -there- i _-  no reason for maintaining, except a  mere technical reason. A section is  inserted that the prisoner may reelect.  A suagestlon is accepted Trom Mr.  "Whiting, crown attorney of Kingston,  for the providing of a penalty of two  years* imprisonment where attempts  are made ot escape, assaults on ofii-  crs. etc.. the sentence to be served  on the close of the existing sentence.  Look out for a cloud burst in the  Transvaal���������the war cloud that has  never been -wholly absent from the  South African horizon since the affair  of Majuba Hill, ovor a decade ago.  and which has been growing darkly  and ominously of late, until the crisis  has heen, at last, reacheel, in tho  signal failure of tho Kruger-Milner  conference.  Tho Now York Tribune has this  good word for Canada: "The simple  facts aro that, for yoars past, Canada  has been improving her transportation facilities in a far-seeing, enterprising, energetic and liberal manner.  She has meant business at every step.  She has been animated by the spirit  that has made the British Empire the  greatest, commercial power the world  has ever seen."  Thos.  R, Davey  Trout Lake City  Notary Pulilic Mining anil Real  Estate Broker and general Couimis  sion Agent. Mines reported on and  Estimates given for work. Latest reliable info iination as lo claims woik  ing and for' sale in the district. Good  Pooppests held easy.���������Write or call.  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  Iie-Kiiliir nircllnps  are held In Hie  Oileltullotv. Hull on the third Krltlny  ol e_.ie.li month at 7.Ml p. in.'  Visiting  lirulhri'ii I'onliiillv invited.  \V. G. liirucy. W.M.; It. P. I'i'ttt  Hen. See.; Dr. T. Ji'Hs, Fin. Sec; Thos.  Tri'injurcr.  liluee,  fS:eeil,  Court   Mt.   Bcgbie,  I.O.F.,No.346i.  Mcota In the Oddfellows' Hall on tho  '2nd and 4th Fridays of  each month. Vis.tinK  brethren iuvltod to  uttend.  Revelstoke ���������  The Gateway to the Wonderfully  Rich Mineral District of North  Kootenay and Ctinoe River.  The Supply Point for the Big  Bend, Trout Lake. Lardeau,  Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon,  Jordan Pass and Eagle Pass Districts. Business Men and Business Houi-es. The Name. Occupation and Residence of  every IVKUe Resident of the  City.  VOL. III.        -   May  1.  PRICE  FIFTY   CENTS  KOR SALli AT ALI. llOOKSELLBRS  Address���������  R.  P.  PETTIPIECE,  Revelstoke, B. C.  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.  opened up by the  Mineral Properties  It. Campbell.   K.  Chief Rangei.  D, J. C. Johnson  Rec.-Sec.  -leveSsto^e Hospital  Maternity Itoom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  The man who said in reference to  the recent death of Iligo: "Ho's dead  but Chiiuay recover" has been sent to  Brandon under proper surveillance.  A low churchman naturally becomes  incensed when ho is present in a  church where incense Is used.  KOOTENAY  REPRESENTATION  Mr.  He  Bostock, M.  P., Writes that  Cannot Do  Anything  Jlr. Bostock. M. P., writes in reply to the telegram of the Golden  board of trade, urging that ii member should be granted .to represent  Kootenay in the House of Commons:  "1 am in receipt of your note of the  1st inst.. and note contents. I did  what I could to get the government  to give representation to Kootenay  in the Dominion house, hut they decided to confine thc present bill to  Ontario, and I have not been able to  get them to do anything, anel 1 am  afraid  I shall  not be able"to do so."  Hotel Victoria  J. V- PERKS, Prop"  Hotel xYcconmiodation the Best in the  City i'or the money.  Heated by hot air: electric  light and  "bell In every room  Hourly stieel car between  hotel and  station.  Large and well lighted sample room.  Free bus meets all   titiins.  . KEVELSTOKE, B. C-  DISPUTE  IS ENDED  Lardo-Dttncan Pass Question Amicably  Arranged.  Crage & Mayne  Notaries Public and -  Conveyancers .....  Sole Agpnts for the__________  Smelter  Townsite  ���������Mining-  Fire, Life and Accident  Insurance,  Ors.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants!  HEVELSTOK.E  I HON WORKS..  _31acks_mth.i_-.__r< Jobbine  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithing  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty _____  ROBT. GORDON  Kevelstoke   Station.  Diamond Core  Drill=ge=  Offick���������  First St., East,  Revelstoke. B.C.  T, L, Haig  Notary Public,  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  Townsite  Mining-, Fire and  Life Insurance . .  Oflice, Opposite C.P.R. Depot.  Information was received late last  night, says Tho Nelson ��������� Miner of  Thursday, (on unimpeachable authority) that the "cause celebre" between  the Canadian Pacific railway and the  Kaslo-SIocan railway, tho rival railway companies over the Lardo-Duncan  pass has been settled. The exact  terms have not yet been made public,  but thc most important fact gleaned is  that both companies are to have a  right of user to the pass. One effect j egggggiafecScSGaciiSSasSaSEJ^  of the present legal entanglement has j  been  to establish  a cordial      entente! FAYETTE   BUKER  between the two companies.  This is as it should bo and is sure  toenyre _for_the benefit of the country,  "more particularly of Nelson. The  caso caused considerable interest in  town, the gathering of lawyers at thc \  Phair last nighl in particular atracted  considerable attention.  ;CAN  /    InsriTf* vour  i        by :.rf.  -1 in^'irf. - -*S"  I       Death.*'  projO^rtv i?aimt lo������*  St. Leon  Hot  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health GiviDg Properties.  Both Hotels Op^l  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  To obtain rapidly the knowledge of the value of reel's or ledgeu  nothing is to be compared with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  prove more in 30 days than an outfit of men tunnelling or sinking  shafts could prove in ten years.  The Diamond Core Drill can pierce the mountains nnd take th  ecret of what it contains from their very h-mtp, and tho more solid  he rock formation, the quicker it will do its woi k.  The Diamond Core Drill is so constructed that ib ear.  be taken  o  pieces aud packed on the backs of horses and curried   and   worked  almost inaccessible places where water can bo obtained,���������and it  be in almost any part of British Columbia.  For full information aud particulars apply by letter or in person to  J.    D.    SIBBALD,  REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING     6BOKERS,     REVE_LSTOKE  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms.     Rates  Table furnished with  the choicest, the market  nffords. Best Wines  Liquors     nud      Cigars  $1.      a day.      Monthly  race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  RATES.   $l.oo   PER   DA/  The  olumbia  House.  Good accommodation. A good btr  well supplied with choice winep  liquors and cigars.  Free Bas Meets All Trains  Brown   & Pool,  Ppoppio-O-s.  n_=__  E li s T o  KE  Offtr von .1 (���������!)������nee tn invent a  ���������mall e.r ,i.������r__:c_- amount of ynur  e:ariiinr������ or oa*>5t3i at a profitable  isteof lntercjt.  LUDGATE MAKES A THREAT  Loan You Money  He  May Uuild a Slaughter  House  Deadman's Island Instead  of a  Saw Mill.  on !  ������2rOnly   ' est Ci-ipaiilf Rcpr_������i.i "��������� <!���������  DBlce McKotiiie Aveuw.  1.  TUBERCULOSIS III CATTLE  An examination made last week at  the Chicago stock yards revealed the  fact that no less than 27 cows out of  a eingle hciM were far gone in <:on-  t-umption. Theso cattlo were kept  on a farm near Springfield. Illlnolu,  and from them Governor Tanner and his family received their daily  milk  supply.  The disclosure has made a deep impression on the public, who are demanding that the Live Stock commissioners be invested with power to  examine every herd in the state,  whetner private or not. In referring  nto the subject the Chicago Inter Ocean  ' cit������_> a case where* consumption waa  communicated t'i  throng- .contaminated  1    Vancouver,    11. C.. June    10.���������Theo. j  I LucFate,  le.*sce of, Deaelman'n  Island, i  left here today for     tbe Puget Sound 1  cities, to inspect numerous sites which  have been offered him for a saw mill.  In an interview with a     Province reporter before he left Ludgalc expressed tlitfgii. t at the way ho     hnd been  treau*d" in  Vancouver anel said lt was 1  not likely that he wduid ever build the !  mill  on the island, whether iho coiyt j  j decided in his favor or not.     Me offers '  to bet $10,0<_i0 the court will ultimately]  decid.   that ihe island is the Dominion j  government's, but this will be too late j  for his purposes. |  "I will hold the lease to the: island," !  said   I.uelgate, "and   when  ail  the elis-  piue.  is ove-i-.   f may  reward  the clll- j  2(-iis of Vancouver by eree'ling a large-;  peveral   people I offensive; slaughter Imuse there, just to]  milk.    A  little   give their aesthetic tastes    u genuine,  Undertaking  and Embalming:  P. Howson & Co.,  .MA'.'ltr.XJIi:   AVF���������  Wliol.'-..iIe anil lf.-t.iil Dealers in Knniltiirp.  girl d'.eil some time ago from consumption; upon investigation it was  found that the cow of the neighbor  who supplied the family with milk  had a bad cough. Shortly after the  owner of the cow died from con-  sumptlon.and now his wife is dying  from the same complaint. li is  claimed that this particular cow was  the means of transmitting the disease  to three people at least. It is cmlte  evident thai ihe prevention 'it ron-  PU_~i'tion ii* '���������! __uch  __c_e i__!__r!__t isitter thsu th*i euro  of the disease. Sanitaria may cure  the disease before it has made great  headway, but they will not be of  much direct advantage In preventing  thc spread of tho contagion. Public  education and tho enactment of stringent regulations will bo necessary to  eradicate  the  disease.  shock.'  CROW'S NEST CASES  "Will S. Rising, of the Metropolitan  Opera company, has decided to locate  in Winnipeg during the summer and  will open a studio for voice production.  The Acms-ass  Soda  Water  Works  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated Water", Soda and Mineral  Waters in Syphons and  Bottles.  Factories at Vernon and Revelstoke, B. C.  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  The First Action Against the C. P. R.  Has Heen Taken Out.  Montreal. June 10.���������The lirst action  against the Canadian Pacific, in connection with allegcel 111 treatment of  men in the conbtru.iioii nf Hi" CroW-i  Nest Faps railway -.<-ai* taken out yesterday. ri_ is for a thousand dollars,  and Pierre Denis, who long has beon  agitating the claims of tho men anel  was successful in bringing about the  government investigation. is tho  plaintiff. -<. Kifty other cases may ho  heard from if tho suit succeeds.  J. Frank Galbrath has been appointed postmaster at Telegraph  Creelv.  Two elders in the Presbyterian i  church at Menvale. near Ottawa, have j  resigned owing to tho pastor, Rev. Mr. Draying and delivery work a spccial-  Wbillian, .preaching too fren'iently on ty. Teams always rcc-dy on shortest  temperance. I notfcfe.      (TontTaWs for jobbing t .ken.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymat].  aiiel theTSprings.  Good Accommodation both  at   thc   Springs   a  tlie Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths free.     . Eates  u S1.25 per day.  W.    M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  Do  Vou   CUant  a   |_or__e  in    This5 Groining    _T_inir_g   and  fjailcuay  Centre  ?  The C. efe K. steam Navigation Company hiva srmof ,1 nn  lightlul piopprty in Eevelstoke.    It is charmingly   fituated,   handy   to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at once.    Easy  term 8 if necessary. '  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  , INSURANCE  AGENT  in.       "'������������������.'       .[-���������!_! 1     ...  McKenzie Ave.  T7n.  "Hcjent  F. MGA RTY  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  .MUTTON JI.ND 3JIIDSJ-GE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke  Itevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  Saddle   and     Pack    Hones  always for hire.  Freighting  specialty.  and   Teaming   a  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  Best Accommodation  ix the l.ardeau.  Rates $2 Pep Day.  4  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  Sash  and  Doop  Factory.  Manufacturers of   and Dealers "_n~~���������"~~~P  Sash. Doors. Turnings, Plinth". Comer  Blocks, Moulding- of all kind*. Fancy  Galilee and Verandah work. Brackets,  of every description maele to order.  Store anel OITlcc Ratings, .Vindow  Frames, with susli fitO a specialty,  thc latent marhiiiery. Dry kiln  nr.-.!������.���������������< ('..ii and get prices before  gcicitf elsewhere.  SAWYER & MANHDTO. I  "THE   KING   IS  DEAD !  LONG LIVE THE KING !"  The Brawny Australian Dies  Hard in Eleven Rounds  Full  Details of a Most Brutal  Encounter  Coney Island, June 0��������� 9 p. m.���������  Everything- is now in readiness for  tho championship contest. An enormous crowd uns- tisiemtile.'l. Fitz  Simmons and Jeffries are now in the  latter's dressing room -with Referee  Siler discussing the rules concerning  clean breaks.  At 9:50 p. m. the crowd is growing  restless and calling loudly for the  fighters.  The ring'is said to he only 20 feet  square. This should be tin advantage,  to Jeffries.  10 p. m: Mrs. Fitz is s'ttiug outside of Bob's dressing room. She  will not -witness the fight.  10:05: The men are expected at  the ringside within the next five  minutes.  10:09:    Fitz  enters   the  ring.      He  was preceded  by Julian.  -10:10:    Jeffries is now in the ring.  10:17: The men are now being introduced to the master of ceremonies.  Fred  Buns. *  The referee is-now in  the ring.  19:20:' No weights have been announced but Jeffries is 50 pounds the  heavier.  10:22: The bell rings for tho first  round.  Round 1.���������110111 meet in the centre *of the ring. TIipv feinted and  Fitz broke g'roiintl. Jeff keeping almost -���������-> the middle of t _n ring. Jen-  is evidently trying to get the' right  over. Fitz led with his left to .he  head but .Teft" ducked cleverly. Jeff  led with his left and fell short. He-  led for the stomach and again fell  short. Again he led a left swing for  the jaw, but Fitz was out of the  .. way. Jeff led his right to ������'"������ body  and hiis left for the head but Fitz  blocked and got away. Fitz tried his  left, landing on. the -������ck. Fitz essayed-'to get a right swing for the  neck, landing lightly and came to a  clinch but broke' cleanly. Jeff tried  a straight for the jaw, hut did not  reach and Fitz blocked an attempt  " at the left hook,' shooting his left to  the ear as the bell  rang.  Round 2.���������'fi*- in the middle of  tho ring made Jeffries break ground.  Fitz led -with his left to body, Jeff  . countering with a stiff left to the  face. Jeff tried his left for the body  hut was neatly blocked. Jeff then at-,  tempted a crouching attitude;' boring  ���������with his left on the body but was  - again blocked and they come to a  clinch. _. Jeff landed two lefts on the  body and shot the left three times  to Fitz' face without a return. Fitz  tried his right for the head . ��������� but  was short and they came to a clinch,  the referee going tetween them. Jeff  tried a left chop for the head but  Fitz ducked safe. Jeff tried a left  swing for the head and another for  the body but Fitz ducked again from  him. Jeff then knocked Fitz flat on  liis back with a straight left on the  mouth. The champion was up in two  seconds when the bell rang.  ���������- Round 3.���������Fitz looked very determined -when he came up for this  round, with Jeff on the aggressive.  They clinched twice without damage.  " Fitz tried a right hook for the body-  but failed and it was seen that he  was bleeding from the nose. First  ���������blood claimed for Jeff. After another  clinch Fitz landede a hard left on Jeff's  face and repeated it twice. Coming  to. the centre, Fitz landed a swing on  the jaw and a left, hook on the ear.  Jeff came back with a left hook on  the side of the head and a clinch  followed. After some feinting, Jeff  ���������=sent-both-hands-to - Tthe���������-body���������arid-  , drove Fitz with a left on the chest.  Fitz endeavored to land a left swing  .. on tho hoad and they again clinched.  Fitz landed a left hook on thc head,  Jeff countering on the face as the  round ended.  Round 4.���������Fitz camo up determined  and tried a right swing, but failed to  land and they again clinched. Jeff  tried a left for the neck but Fitz  got Inside his lead landing0a left on  his wind��������� Jeff sent two heavy hooka  to the side of Fitz' head, jarring the  champion   in" the  wind,   Fitz   got up  twice lo tho head followed by a hard  left to the chest. Jeff fought back  wildly landing both hands outside  Kite's guard for another clinch. Fitz  uppercut his opponent with his right  on thc face, but was blocked neatly  blow of the round which was Fitz's.  Round 7.���������Jctf was a bit slow In  coming to the scratch and broke  ground with a clrclo of the ring.  Kitz tried to lead, landing lightly and  Jeff got. a bat on the ribs. Jeff jabbed his left to tho ribs and got away  clean. Then Jeff endeavored to land  straight on face, hut blocked neatly  and got a left on the-ribs. Fitz was  now on the aggressive anel sent his  left far hank on the neck. Jeff tried  to crowd Fitz to thc ropes, but Fitz  got away neatly and then in a rapid  mix-up both swung rights and lefts  for thc head, landing lightly. Then  Fitz hooked his left to tho side of  tho head and Jeff jumped in with his  right hard on the body. Jeff swung  his left dear, but Fitz got inside of it.  Ho drove his right over the heart  when the gong rang. This was Filz's  round.  Round 8.���������Jeff was slow in coming  up and the referee had to wave his  uand at him to come to the scratch.  Both men rushed matters without  doing damage. Fitz sent his loft to  the ribs and Jeff knocked two lefts to  tho face. Nothing of any moment  occurred during the remainder of the  round.     This was Jeff's round.  Round 9.���������Both came up willingly  with Fitz the aggressor, but Jeff sent  him hack with a straight to the face.  Fitz missed a left swing for thc  head, anel received a hard right on the  body. They clinched anel after the  break-away both tried lefts at close  quarters. Jeff landing twice. After  another clinch Jeff put two small left  raps on Fitz's nose, which made Bob  bleed again. Jeff played again for  the head with his left, hitting straight  and then with a back hand blow-  brought his left in contact with Fitz's  nose. Fitz failed to respond to these  md clinched Jeff threw a right over  the heart with all his might, and hael  Fitz guessing when the bell  rang.  Round 10.���������Fitz was the first to  land with a straight left on the body  bringing it up to the head. Fitz  clinched. Going into the clinch Fitz  Irove his left hard to Jeff's wind.'  After a little fielelling, Fitz tried a left  swing, but went wide of the mark, but  caught tho Californlan a second later  witli a left swing on the nose. A  straight left from Jeff made Fitz's  head wobble, anel thon with a left  swing on the jaw he put Fitz on his  hack. Fitz was very groggy when he  e*rot up in five seconds and was again  sent elown with a right and loft on the  jaw. . He came up again in five seconds and Jeff rushed him in the  corner. Jeff was too anxious and failed to finish his man.  Round 11.���������Fitz came up slowly, hut  assumed the aggressive. Jeff standing  off evidently waiting for a knock out.  They clinched three times coming to  ���������-lose quarters. Jeff put two hard hits  oyer Fitz's heart sending him hack  and then sent a straight one on his  neck, following it up with a left on  the chest. Fitz crowded In. trying  his right for tho jaw bnt fell short,  but succeeded in blocking the Califor-  nian's right return. Jeff then assumed the aggressive and jabbed his  left lo the head. "A, left on the jaw  from Jeff dazed Fitz who stood helpr  less in the middle of the ring. Jeff  looked at. him for a second and then  had him at his mercy, swung his left  to tho jaw aud iFtz went clown and out  giving the championship to tho Cali-  fornian. Tho time of the 11th round,  was one minute and thirty-two^ and  three-fifth seconds.  As soon as'.PItz was -carried to -his  -orner'the spectators crowded over the  benches and through the rcpos, and the  police had great difficulty- in keeping  the ring clear. ' The partisans of the  Callfornian almost went crazy in their  excitement. Fitz came to - very  liiickly and Jeff walked across to the  defeated champion's corner and--they  both shook hands warmly. Judging  from the expression on Fitz's face he  did not feel much disgruntled with his  defeat.  WILL SUPPORT BRITAIN'S  DEMANDS BY ACTION  I!  P,  of Manila. By noon the country had  heen cleared almost, to to Paranaque.  The Americans lost two officers killed and 21 wounded. The rebels resisted desperately and left 50 dead  In the trenches. Many more wounded were left behind by the rebels in  their retreat. The heat during the  day was overpowering and there  were many prostrations among the  American soldiers from that cause.  General Lawton's force consisted of  two battalions each of the 21st and  9th infantry, six companies of the  Colorado volunteers and a detachment  of artillery.  Kitchener Wanted to Organize  the Indian Army  AT   JISFFRIES'   SHRINE  Echoes  at  of the Big Fight  Coney Island  New York, June 10.���������Naturally  there was much excitement and joy-  in the dressing rooms of Champion  Jeffries at Coney Island last night  after the battle had been fought and  won. In response to the several Inquiries the new champion said: "Fitz  fought a good game- battle and hit  me harder than any man I was ever  up against. I would" gain nothing  by meeting Sharkey again, tut I am  willing to meet any man In the world  In whom the public have confidence,  and-thero Is no fear of, my quitting  "the_ring"for~th'e"''stage. I will defend'  my titlo as champion at all times  and against nil comers. At no time  during-the fight did I feel-any misgivings as to my ability to win. I  am satisfied I have, well earned the  right to he called champion by defeating Fitzsimmons, who was undoubtedly tho greatest fighter of tho age."  The Crestfallen Fitz  At Fitzsimmons' room there'-was a  great attempt to show a bravo front  but it was plain to be seen how  badly the ex-champion and his friends      ....... _ felt.      Fitz seemed  half      dazed, and  with "a left "to the head and swung to" occasionally murmured, "How did I  the body. .After some fighting and j COme to fight him," That was all  feinting Fitz sent a left straight to j,e could bs Induced to say. His man-  thc eye and  was  hotly  countered on [ aKer,   Martin   Julian,   wheu  asked  as  Troops and  Ammunition for  South Africa  London, Juno il'.���������The Cipn Tow::  correspodent of tho Daily Mall saj-B  the 'expected exodus from Johannesburg has begun and that. business  thero is at a standstill.  PHEPA1.i_.nG FOR THE EXODUS  THE G. T. R. STRIKE  Uloenifonteln, South Africa. Juno 11.  ���������It i.s asserted in official circles that  President Kruger will propose to the  Tansvnal that the Rand abolish its  dynamite monopoly. Whilo tho  Orange Free State is using its influence at Pretoria to obtain reforms for  the Uitlanders tho railway It controls  has sent all its available rolling stock  to Johannesburg to be in readiness  for a possible exodus of tho population  there.  MEN AND MUNITIONS OF WAR  London. Juno 11.���������It is expected  hero that Chamberlain's next move  will he a demand with energetic  action In support of his demands.  Fresh troops and largo quantities of  ammunition have gone to South  Africa by every steamer. It Is estim-"  ated that the Transvaal could muster  a fighting force of from 16,000 to  18,000 men. while the British troops  already there number 11,000 men commanded by Major General Sir William  Francis Butler, who has been in  command of the troops in South  Africa since 1S98.  THE REACTION IN PARIS   Paris,'June 12.���������President     Loubct  received popular demonstrations along  the whole route today from the Elysee  Palace to Longchamps race track. ���������  FATAL  CYCLING   ACCIDENT  Toronto, Ont., June 11.���������Michael  Hayes, proprietor of the Union hotel,  at the corner of Bathurst street and  Farley avenue, met with a fatal bicycle at noon Saturday. In trying to  avoid collision with another cyclist  ho was crushed to death between two  wagons.  '*' APOSTOLIC  DELEGATE  Rome, .Tune 12.-Monsignor Zalewski,  the present apostolic delegate to  India,' will he appointed apostolic delegate to Canada.  KITCHENER FOR INDIA  London, June    12.���������The      Standard  lhis morning says:      "Wo understand  that the-Viceroy of India Is anxious to  obtain .the services .of General      Lord j  Kitchener In India for the economical i  organization of  the frontier defences ���������  and expeditions     owing to the urgent j  necessity     of effecting reductions     in j  the military expenditure.-    It Is prob-j  able  therefore that      General      Lord  Kitchener will hecwithdrawn from the !  Soudan and appointed  to a high post  in India.  THE  GRAND  PRIX  Paris, June 12.���������The Grand Prix'de  Paris race) .was won yesterday by  Perth. Velasquez second and Alham-  bra third.      Fifteen horses ran.  FREIGHT  HANDLERS'  STRIKE  Buffalo, N. Y., June 12.���������The striking freight handlers and housemen on  the Erie docks wero joined today by  the housemen and freight handlers  employed on the Lackawanna docks.  There are now about 300 men out and  in all probability the housemen and  freight handlers employed along the  other docks will also be called out.  A SINISTER OMEN  Bristol, R. I., June 12.���������The launching of the America new cup defender  "Columbia" Saturday was attended by  the fatal explosion of a can of powder,  causing the death of a boy and Injuring several spectators.  Grand   Organizer   Lowe   Believes   tho  Men Are Sure to Win  Toronto, Juno 12.���������The grand organizer of the Trackmen, A. B. Lowe,  of Montreal, was in the city-on Saturday. He denies-most emphatically  that there is any truth in the statement of Mr. McGuigan, that most of  the men have returned to work. He  says that not more than 5 per cent  throughout tho line are back. The  men are very detormtned anel he is  confident of ultimate victory. He  hears constantly from all points,  i ue women, he 6nys, are writing  to him daily and are praying for their  husbands' success. Lowe confirms tho  offer of mediation on the part of  Sir Wilfrid Laurier in response to  the deputation whicli waited on him  at Ottawa on Thursday.  FRENCH   MINISTRY   RESIGNS  In Consequence ot the Adoption of a  Resolution   which   the  Premier  Refused   to   Accept  Paris, Juno 12.���������The. Chamber of  Deputies by a vote of 321 to 173  adopted the order of the elay proposed by Ruau. Radical, which the premier had refused to accept. The  ministes forthwith left the: house  amid intense excitement. Stisbo-  quently tho ministers tendered their  resignations to the president, which  were accepted. The text' of Ruau's  motion was as follows: "This chamber is determined to support only a  government resolved to defend vigorously republican institutions and  to secure public order."  TIIE   VICTORIA  APPEALS  Are  Decided   Adverse    to    the    City  by  thc  Privy  Council  London,* June 12.���������The privy council has dismissed the appeal of the  municipal corporation of Victoria, B.  C, against the two judgments of the  supreme court of British Columbia,  confirming the awarding of damages  amounting to $20,000 and $13,000 respectively, by a. lower court to Mes-  dames Lang and Patterson, whose  husbands were killed at the Point El-  lice bridge disaster. 'Other cases have  been  stayed  pending these  decisions.  VAN   HORNE   RESIGNS  '    CASH REGISTER SQUABBLE  the body by Jeff's right. Fitz sent  a right over the head but was answered  by Jeff with a left to the neck and  Jeff with a left on the chest and Fitz  broke ground but returned quickly,  shooting his left to the jaw. This  was an even round.  Round 5.���������Fitz led off with a left to  the face, splitting Jeff's eye, which  bled.     Jeff returned with a hard left  to what he thought of the battle, re  piled: "There is very little for me  to say; everybody knows Bob is  game and I feel certain he still has  a warm place ln the hearts of many.  While I feel his downfall keenly, I  havo the satisfaction of knwlng he  was beaten hy a clever ycung fellow  With a decided pull In weight, who  showed   such  cleverness     that      the  on the ear.   Fitz  tried  a right over   sting of defeat Is softened to a great  Other"   Important   Changes   Are   Announced   at   Yesterday's   Meeting  Montreal. June 12.���������At the regular  meeting of the Canadian Pacific railway directors today Sir William Van  Home resigned the presidency and  was elected chairman of the board of  directors. T. G.* Shaughnessy was  then appointed president. It Is understood that R. B. Angus will be  made vice president but the position  was not filled today. Mr. Shaughnessy announced after > the meeting  that McNicol, passenger traffic manager, had been appointed assistant to  the general manager. Shaughnessy  himself will for the present continue  to act as general manager as well  as president. - Among further changes  rumored Is the appointment of Robert  Kerr, the present traffic manager of  the lines west of Fort. William to suc-  ceeed McNicol, and C. E. McPherson,  district passenger agent at Toronto,  to succeed Mr. Kerr at Winnipeg,  but so far these have not been formally announced.  thc  damaged   eye,    falling   to    land  Fitz tried  a left for     the head, but  .Teff ducked to a clinch.   Fitz put a  light left on Jeff's mouth and forced  him  ���������-   the ropes.      The Californlan  broke, but clinched.   Jeff tried a left  swing for the body and left an opening,   which   Fitz  failed   to   take   advantage of.   Jeff,  encouraged by this  ,   oversight, put a left to the jaw and a  ;   right on the mouth without a return.  Fitz   rushed,   but "in   trying  to  side-  r   step   almost   fell   through   the  ropes.  ,   but recovered and came hack with a  ,   hard  left  on  the  body.   Jeff   replied  with two  stiffs  on  the chest.      This  . moment tho bell warned them.  g%    Round  6.���������Fitz jumped across;    the  7 ring,  Jeff   breaking      ground.      Fitz  /2f\  swung his left for the head landing  lightly and blocked a right lead for  the body. Both trlod lefts for the  bead but were short. Then Fitz put  his l������ft to the face and missed a right  across for thc jaw. Fitz still on the  aggressive bored in, sending a loft to  tho face. Jeff countering lightly on the  ���������wind. Fitz crowded In with his left  for wind and Jeff crossed his right to  the ear. They broke from a clinch  and Fitz sent a left o the face and a  ���������..hard right over tho injured eye.  'Another clinch and tho referee had to  f&ptara.G thtm.     FIta sent In bis left  extent,  At Jeffries' Home  Los Angles, Cal., Juno 10.���������When ������  reporter called at the home of Champion Jeffries' father last night he  found" the lights out and tho family  asleep. After some time the famlly  was aroused and came down to hear  the news of the flght.- Mr. Jeffries  who Is a preacher, does not approve  of his son's profession, and did not  appear elated over the result, though  he asked several questions as to what  round ended the flght and if anyone  was hurt. Being informed that neither. Hustained serious injury he added  "It's just as I said come timo ago,  when asked for an expression of  opinion as to tho coming battle. The  Lord was in the flght. Ho was with  Jim. and of course Jim won." Mrs.  Jeffries wan delighted and immediately sent tbo following: '"I nm glad  you have won thn victory you hava  ! worked so hard Cor. | iSigned)  Mother."  Sharkey Talks  San Francisco, Juno 10.���������Tom  Sharkey has issued a statement In  which- he says he is still champion  heavyweight of the world anil Jeff-  ricB will have to dispose of him before laying claim to tho title. Ho  thought Jeffries greatly Inflproved.  Criminal Charge Against tho Agent of  thc Hamilton Company  Toronto Globe. Juno 8th: R. .1.  Salisbury, who is an agent of th'e  National Cash Register company, appeared in police court yesterday morning to answer to a charge of forgery.  Salisbury pleaded , not guilty, and  elected to bo tried by a jury. ' Mr.  Schropp, of 82 King Street, west, was  the complainant, and accused Salisbury of signing an order for $125 for  a Hamilton cash register in the name  of R. F. Ferrier, of Rat Portage.  Schropp said that Salisbury denied all  connection with the affair at first, arid  also did not call at his oflice to receive tbe register on the date agreed.  The defendant's counsel maintained  that Salisbury said he would call, but  was in the meantime served with a  summons, and also offered to pay the  money down if the Hamilton people  could produce a register at once. It  was admitted by the National Cash  Register people that all they wanted  was to obtain evidence that the Hamilton company had never manufactured a cash, register. The magistrate  thought that there was sufficient evidence to show that the actions of the  National Cash Register agents were  "prejudicial to" their rivals, and committed Salisbury for trial, with bail at  $400.  BIG  FIRE   AT  VANCOUVER  A  Large  Cannery  Totally  Destroyed  Yesterday   Morning  Vancouver, June 13.���������Shortly afler  _ o clock this morning firo broke out  in the premises -own ae the  Munn's Sea iEland tannery, and the  wholo structure -was destroyed. The  loss is estimated at $75,000. The  building was only partly insured .  Point Comfort Hotel  _PLUMPER PASS,  ������������������MAYNE ISLAND, B. C.  About    midway    between , Vancouver  aud Victoria.  The hotel is situated on one of the  most beautiful islands in thc Gulf of  Georgia.  Climate delightful. Gooel boating  and-flshing���������lawn-lennis-and-^-bath-^  ing.  Just the place to spend a holiday  during the hot summer months.  Tho house is well furnished and  with all modern conveniences.  MODERATE RATES.  Apply to MANAGER.  Steamer leaves ' New Westminster  every Monday, Thursday and Saturday.  fruit   and Confectionery  ...     Soft Drinks  Tobaeeos and Cigars  Ice Cream Parlor  In Connection   .Mps. W,J. Lee,  McKenzie Ave.  TAOS. R. DJ1VEY  Tpout Lake City.  Notary Public Mining and  Real Estate Broker and  General Commission Ag-  * ent. Mines reported on ,.  and estimates given for  work. Latest reliable information as to claims  working and for sale in the  district. Good prospects  held easy.    Write or call.  1690 1899  ORANGE  CELEBRATION  IN THE CITY OP REVELSTOKE  WEDNESDAY, JULY  12  Under the auspices of the L. O.   L,  No.   1058,   in   conjaDction with  the Komloops and Salmon Arm Associations  GRAND PARADE  GOOD PROGRAMME  Cheap Excursion Rates From   Points Between  Ashcrofe and Revelstoke.  Round   trip from Ashcroft to Eevtlstoke   "        "        ���������'     Kmuloops to        "           "        "        "     SalmonArm to Itevelstoke   .$7.00  .   5.20  Itevi Istoke City band in attendance Dinner and Tea will be served  on the grounds by -the Ladiei' Aid of the Methodist and Presbyterian  Churches.    Kverybody is invited.    Proommme later.  HELLO! Wliere Are You Ooing .  Why, to the New Cash Store where you  can get the freshest of Staple and Fancy  Groceries at the lowest prices.  ooocoooooooo  Come and get your  Groceries   where  low-  cut prices  do not affect the qualit}- of thc goods.  'A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries kept in  stock.  ooocoooooooo  t>. G. CRTHCfl^T.  F. B. WELLS  -Dealer in-  Qexits'   Furnishings,   Boots  and  Shoes,   Hats     and   Gaps,  Stationery, Tobaccos,  Cigars, Fancy Articles, Etc, Etc.  o *  Post Offce Store,    Revelstoke. B C.  Summer Goods  Screen Doors^  Screen Windows  Spring Hinges ,  Door Bells  Garden Hose  Garden Sprinklers  \  Lawn Mowers  Garden Bakes  Refrigerators  '  Ice Cream Freezers  "Wire Meat Covers  Iron Pipe and Fittings.  McCarthy  Block  ^--Estimates given on roofing and furnace work.  ALWAYS IN STOCK  W. M. LAWRENCE,  piREOlOOD  Best quality of our firewood delivered  to any  part of the town at  $2.25 a cord  v - o  16 to 20 inches in length. ��������� Leave your.orders at  pred   Robinson's   Sauumill   Office.  IMPERIAL   BANK  ���������fOF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Dp Capital $*,0S8,M8  t\e*erve    - ���������?.-   -    -   1,209,611  DJr*etera:  H. S. Howland   Prasident  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pre*., (Bt.OathariaM)  William Raassar, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland SUy_.tr  Eli*������ Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branches  North WesVapd British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  South Edmonton.  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  V-Uteot-r*  Winnipeg  ReTelatoke  Nelson. B.  ONTARIO.  Essex Niagara Falls   St. _hom_a  Fergus        Port. Col borne  Tomato  Gait Rat Portage      WeHa__4  tncri>rsnll    Sault St, Marie Weodatock  Lietowell   St, Catharines   Hamiltoa  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Depesite  of $1 and upwards receiTeel a&4  interest allowed.'  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purehaead. ���������  Drafts and LeCtera of Credit���������Available at all points ia Canada, United  Kingdom, United States,' Carepe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, Ksw  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipt*  whioh will be accounted far m.% ~uu~ ef  the Hudson's Bay Co'a. Poet* la the  Yukon ink northern district*.  A..R. B. BJBAKN.  Manager Revelstoke Brmeuh  f^ WALL >S  Papers |  Oil!.. lFijj'r-jl-.������.   MlC-f,   Koi-  -owc-d Qilts, and bordeit of  a 11 descriptions.  Tlie i_lie._rK_il and best stoek of  WALL PAPEKS In the cltr.  Liberal 'discounts  given   on  all cash orders.  I  elertl  only    In    WAL L  1' A P-v'KB   and solicit in.  Inspection of 1117 stock.  W.G:^ipney-  JAeK.E.NZIE JIVE.  Canadian  Pacific  Rail wav.  and Sbo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST. AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS"AND   ���������  TQURIST SLEEPERS   .'from   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Quick Tiuie',^ Good Service,  Fewest Changes,    Lowest Rates  Tickets issued through and  Baggage  checked to destination.  DAILY TRAINS.  E*������~.t. :L:  8.25k. .Ive���������Revelstoke  West.  Ive. 16.50k  TOASD FROM"KOOTEKAY POINT*.  8.15k. .Ive���������Revelstoke���������ar_.. 18.05k  MOUNTAIN* CLIMBING  The CanadiaJuPadflc Railway Company has stationed Swiss Guides . at  BanS, Lakes In-' the Cloud-, and  Glacier for the;convenlence of tourists wishing to-explore the _jount������l_s  In these vicinities. Ask for coyy Oi-  "Swiss Guide" foldor.  For   information,   time   cards,  maps and tickets apply_to   ~~"     T. W; BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  i   W.   F.    Anderson, Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. CoTLE^District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  : r.i  ���������;,'.'}  ,.c-t  RAILWAV  .NEW.  Tho Daily Service Betweoa  ATLANTIC & PACIFIC  DESPERATE   FIGHTING  Americans   Lose  Two   Officers  Killed  and  Twenty-One Wounded  Manila. June 12.���������At daybreak on  Saturday a force of 450 men under  Generals Latvton, Wheaton and Oven-  shine advanced from San Pedro to  Macau, sweeping the country between  the Bay of Manila and Bay Ialre. south  T. D. Piekard  ...-71SSJIYER..,,   -  Gold, Silver or Lead $1.50  Copper     2 00  Gold and Silver 2 00  Gi'M or Silver and Copper  2 50  Gold, Silver and Lead  3.00  Gold, Silver, Lead and Copper  4.C0  Promnt Attention to Samples by Mail,  Cash Must Accompany the Sample.  Front St. Revelstoke  By the IMPERIAL LIMITED to  he inaugurated June 18th. Will give  e)iiickest time between Ocean and  Oci'an across the American Continent.  Daily express service via Crow's  Nest Route to and from  K,ootenay Gountpy  Improved service on all Kootenay  Kail and Steamer Lines. Close connections throughout.  Be on lookout for full details of new  service and apply to  EDITOR "HERALD,"  Revelstoke.  SILVERWARE  Including:���������  Carving Sets  Castors  Knives  Forks  Teaspoons  Butter Dishes  Bon Bons  WATCH ICH   AND    CLOCKS   ���������  SIDY BARBER.  McKenzie Ave, Revelstoke  J. % Hup  & Company  The Revelstoke  Herald *--** ������*������**]  Batchers   sod  All orders is our Use piem  IJIled.;.,   Retail. Dealer- la Beef. Perk ste  KAMLOOPS and REVXLSTOOMt  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ���������^ Lumber  CUT PRICKS TOR SPOT CASH  Call und see -ub. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MiLLS  JIJIRRY   EDWJIRDS       1  Taxidermist.  DEER HEADS,  BIRDS, ANIMALS, ETC.  Preserved and mounted.  Third St. JEJast o'f Seho'o]htiuse| ^7  Has acra readers    ii Korth.  Kootccay that any other paper;  has rjore advertisers it Revelstoko than     any other paper;  does more job  printing in the  city than any other paper:  it's  news  is more spicy and up-to-  date:   its influence     is greater;  Its advertising rates are lowest  circulation  considered;   Its subscription rate is only $2.00 per  annum;  it covers the field. Try  lt and  be with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD.  i|  _J   t Rereletofce, B. C-  CRfrGE  and  Smelter.   Townsite  Revelstoke.  ���������-a ____  Every Week  We iry to have something in the  bargain line that- will interest you  and this iceek is no excejition.  ���������Some splendid values in Ready to-  Wear   Skirls.      Our Sl'.SO   line  for  ."'2. &i   tine for  S3 50,  etc.  Will made and perfect fitting.  -In B!i:u<es everyone tells us we have  the prettiest in town. We can.  show you a nice assortment from  50c toi'2.25.  Wrappers : We have a very larsce  stock of them; so lhe price musl  make them ceo. Our SI.50 Line  for SI.00. V-'.OO line for SI.50,  $2.50 line for SI.90. and so on.  We show in our windows this week  a beautiful range of Organdie  Muslin which we will sell for 20c  per yard.  In our north windme tee display  some snap* in prices and. patterns  in Table Linen, Napkins, Toweling, etc.  Make il a point to procure some of  these bargains at-  The Cash Bazaar  XV. MEI.DKVM, MANA'IKIl     *  no-.vsoNni.oc~r.      ���������       mckknzik .wi-:.  The Canada Drug &���������  Book Co., Limited.  Ilarinp refuted ami enlarged their store,  are now in n po-ition io supply ni.lv nil  ���������AH.ni- in the Drill: unci Stationery line.  Tiicv handle nothing bm the be-t nnil  purest of driiir- nun keep ihi-ni frewi.  Thev have just opened u new supply ol  Ppeoiallv prepared, which  Wood I'tintier anel Tonic  Call and try a bottle.  i.s an decant  price  fl.O'J.  CHAS. P.. MCDONALD, Manager.  McKENZIE   AVE..   I'.EVEbSTOKE   STATION.  COMING EVENTS  June    23.���������Musical      unci      Dramatic  Eutei-tiiiniiient uniler theanspicos of  the   Ladies'   Talent   Society  of St..  Peter's chin-t-h nt -Mrs. C hns. Holten s  ' residence, at S p.m.  J.ilv 1.���������Dominion D.iy���������Picnic ex-  e-iirsion to St. Lpoii Hot Kpi'iiifrs  under the nn. pices of the Methodist.  Sunday school.  Julv 12.���������Grand Orimgo Oeleliiatinn  and picnic.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  The pulilic schools throughout tl-.e  jirovinee close next Friciny.  TIip Huinn election cum- has been  '-Dnfoff until next September.  T, Ij. Knif. nnd F. B. Wells left for a  trip to Ti-ont Luke on Thursday  lnoininp.  The-public pxainiiintinn will beheld  in the.Revelstoke school next Friday  f i-i)iii fl to 12., '  Chief Engineer Cmiibie 1ms crt-nvp  fears for veuv high water in -lhe Ool-  uinbiii this yenr.  A warehouse" for the T"inp.stnn creek  lime Iris been t'l-ce-te'cl just below K.  Appleton"? store  on the Herald track.  Pipe-on shoot in a bpc.iu on Tuesday  pveninc lust. Some fine bners were  inneie nent- O. B. Hume & Co".-, warehouse.  Hy a tvpncrnphicnl error in the  city clerk's nelvt. of the iloa tnx i:> our  la������t i-ssiit'. ihe tnx w.-i = pl.-ired nt. S3  instead of S2 as it should hnve  rend.  The annual church parade of the  I. O. F. will take place' on Eiinei.-iy  evening to St. Peter's church, where'  a. sprninn will lip Drenched to the  lodge by Rev. Dr. Paget.  It- is current tnlk round town ���������nnel  we give the ruinor fiirwlmt it is worlh  ���������that Mr. Kellie's allep*innci~ to llu>  present aoverninent- is nbout, to be  withdrawn.���������Knmlonps Standard.  The   serretnry of   the Trades coin  Tuittee   of  Trout   l.nke   Citv   hns   informed the Topic that a portion of the  appropriation   for  the   wiitreiiiiiiiiil   to  the rnuyon is  to  be diverted to that  "district-���������"^ = ���������; ���������-^���������=-=     ---  The militia boys tiirnpd out lust  Wednesday . v. ning in unclri-������-= niii-  foriii anil looked very smart. Withn  little diilling dipt. Taylor e>u_ht. to  e-oiiiiiiniiil si1- siii-nt nnd efficient n  company as there is in Ciii.tiin.  A   grand   Orange   celebration   will  0RGANiZATI0N_0F OPPOSITION  A Significant   Editorial  on the   Present  Position From the Colonist  The Globe snys Unit Hit' Colonis't. has  MVuiili.l tin; piiiie-ip.il point of ils  article, lo whiih reference wns iniiile!  in these columns, which, it snys, wns  the iifi'e'ssiiy for the reorgnnisuitit'ii of  the opposition. If mil' contemporary  will amend il- expression by making  il read "orgiinis'.itliiiii of the opposi-  lioii,'' wp elo not, know why we: cannot  join wilh it very fully in iis appeal to  the people of 'lirilish Columbia. To  contend llint there' is such an organized oppi'sit ion in this province as  tiie exigencies of the sit mil inn c-nll for  woulel lie lo betray ignorance of recent  loenl history. Under iionu.-il political  ceuiililieiiis. when n party in power has  been supplanted Iiy n new cOiiihina-  -tion, the defented" ininistrv may be  very propel ly regarded as llie nucleus  and" rallying" point of lhe opposition,  who mii.-t exercise pntience until  cvi'iiis have hnve sn shaped thenise'lvps  llint. snee-e-s e-.-in be reasonably uulici-  pateel. But rciuililions in llritisli Columbia inc. not nuriii.il. They are exceedingly nhiint-iii.-il. The people: .-ire  cnnfin'nied wilh mi einei-geiify so  gi-ent I lint the e|iiestion to beconsid-  creel is mil one of men, nor even of  olel politii-nl associations, but how best  l������ secure giiinl government. The  Colonist, has been n warm friend of  .Mr. Tni-iier. nml weinlil uiiliesilal ingly  give him il.- lull confidence iitraiii. lmL  il knows ili.it. il voices bis views in  saying I Iin I llie claims uf no individual  to l-ecognilion bee ausc nt his services  lo the political party, which wns overthrown by the net of the. Lieutennnl-  Governor. .-oe woi-l iiy even of n secondary place in this conned inn. Men  who 1 t-it inuM, ho pri'p.-m'tl. if ni'i'tl he,  lo follow. Past ti'iiui'i: nf oflice. except so far ns itqnulifii'd I he indiviilun!  for future usefulness null secured him  the c-onlieleiice of tlie public, ought  not lo be reg.inlcel as giving anyone' a  prior claim to consideration in ihe  orgniii/.ing of the opposition nnd the  ultimate formation of a new ministry.  Ono thing, nud ono thing only, should  be laken into account, namely, the  ability of the men available' nnd their  readiness tn cooperate; in the carrying  ont of ;t policy which will restore ceui-  liilence' in the' future nnel inaugurate  anew n plnn of provincial development  upon broad and comprehensive lines.  Wc (lei not cure wli.il. tin: party undertaking t his gi eat work sees'fit to call  itself. We do not rare who the lender  is. so long ns he is n mnn who enn  cniiiin.-iiid t.he confidence uf the counlry. We ein not e-nre how the men  who lend the opposition and who will  compose tlie new ministry rank Iheni-  selves in l'eelernl polities, so long ns  they realize the needs nT British Columbia for a progressive policy, liave  lliu abilily to plan oneaiiil the courage  to carry it out. In sny ing this, we  believe we express the views of every  iiii'iiibi'i' of the present opposition.  What is needed to secure the overthrow of the present, ministry .-mil the  relegation lo private life of thc men  wlio, in nine months, liave iii.-in.-iged  tn blight, the mimo und business prospects of the: in nvip.ee, is llint the opposition sentiment now so universal  shall be organized. This sentiinunt is  by no means confined to the men who  voted for supporters of Mr. Tui'iier at  tiie. last election. It is by no means  confined Io those members of the  house who sat on the left eif Mr.  Speaker last scsi-ion. lt permeates  the ranks of those, who supported the  government: it is found ripe for action  ovon in those rnnstit nencies wliich a  year ago were hostile to Mr. Turner.  A vory prominent, iiienibi'r of the gov-  inent party acliuilti'd. a few days ngo.  lh.it nn nppeal to lhe people would result in elisa-ter with Mnrtin in office.  But Mr. Martin, while he may be the  chief source of danger to the province,  is not, (lie only iiieiiibi'r'or tlie cabinet,  who hn.slost lhc confident..' of tlie  coustitueiicii"-. lly keeping him in  ollice liis colleagues hnve: assumed the  blame cipially with him of his frightful blunders of legislation, Imve made  themselves responsible for his many  grossly wrongful ails of adiniiiisl ration. If lhey had shown themselves  equal to I lie occasion nnil ejected him  from l heir ranks, when his pestilential  influence began to make the ministry  -link in the nostrils of lhe. public,  that. net. nlonu woulel have counter  balanced much of their folly. Hut  they let tliis opporl unity slip bv. They  fi.treil to c.i-t liie-ir Jon.th ovei bn-inl  lest, hu should enp-ize the crnft from  the- outside, so tliey must sink or swim  with him now", when the rising storm  nf pulilic indignation bursts upon  thejiii.,  'I'he time has conic to organize, not  for t lie iiggiancli. emc.it of one locality  againsL aiintlier, not to strengthen the  hands of cither of the parties in federal nil'aiis. but for tiie gnoel of the  j provipe-c. It mutters not bv whom  ������������������i lie=iu-.-i!t*-l-'������~ ork���������is-iione.���������so-l-i'int.���������ilj-i--  dniic. It matters not who draw tl.e  salaries of a new ministry, so thnt. the  cnnlielence of the lui-incs> community  i.- restored. It mutters not from what  purl) of the province the new leadeis  come, so that they arc Briti-b Columbians before anything else. Tlie hour  hi- unquestionably come for act km.���������  INJURED INNOCENCE.  Our local member of the provincial  legislature appears in n now role in  Inst Saturday's issue of our esteemed  contemporary, tliat of the misrepresented patriot, lie: is;apparently working  incessantly for tlie welfare of Revelstoke. but. the Hi.~kai.--i not only refuses to lecognise: his efforts, b-,:t of  malice uforethought, deliberately  accuses him of being an obstruction to  the progress of this place. And Mr.  Kellii: plaintively "wonders why."  He asks for instances nnil proofs. In  ;i recent issue the Hiokald citeel three  recent and salient occasions on which  Jlr. Kellie had shown himself as n  positive obstacle to the progress of  l-i'vc-lstokc. Tliey were the. river bank  protect inn mat lor, incni-por.itinn anil  the cntiyon wngonroael. Dues Jlr.  Kellie deny that he hns ever been  in cippnsit.it>!! lei tin: majorily  of the business men of tlie  place: on all these three questions?  That in: has disregarded Iheir wisties,  neglected to push for whnt t hey considered their interests nnel tieateel  them, in fact, as a pack of unreasonable people: who did not know what  they were talking nbout? On the river  bank question was it not his openly  expressed opinion for a long time lhal  the: province ci'iilil not be expected to  expend any money for this purpose,  anil diel lie not neglect repeated letters  and telegrams from Hie boarel of ir.-itl _  urging liini to elo something, uuti  Hint body actually protested by leiter  In his then lender, Jlr. Turner, against  Jlr. Kellie's iiiililferciicu .-mil inaction?  On llie incorporation question did  he not delay action, protesting with  vague and solemn hints of terrible ro-  .-uits against thc: urgency of the- board  to ha ve tl.e date for the first ejection  fix I'd. until they hail to go to the ex-  penseof sending oneof then-members to  Victoria to find nnt whnt iu tlie name  of all lhat is mysterious wns tlie  mutter. Whnt wns the matter wilh  Jlr. Kellie nobody has ever found out  lothis elay.hut Jlr.Onl ton,to whom Mr  Kellie hnd never even spoken on thu  subject, pulled him out of the hole, by  advising the delegate that incorporation had butter be delayed until after  the appropriation for the river bank  protection hnd passed the house. And  now Jlr. Kellie claims that he has  saved this town $10,000 on the head  of it.  On   the   cuirenfc   question    of   llie  wagonrnad  lo  the  canyon,  does Jlr.  Kellie  menu   to  sny thnt   he   is   not  opposing unci  obstructing lhc. wishes  of ihu great  majority of the business  men of Revelstoke, men who must  be  the  best  judges  of   the right  course  to    pursue   for   the   welfare   of   this  plnce,   tlieir  own   future being  bn.-ind  up with it? lln-she nob put them again  to the expense of sending a delogntion  to Victoria  in  put,  tlieir views before  the   ininislers?    But   Jlr.   Kellie   hns  s.iie! that they nre nol. the: hest judges.  In his opinion the less stake a man has  iu   t he pl.-ii'ii llie  ineiii.' .-iculu his ideas  of the  course   best suileel   to   ils progress.    As long .-is Mr. Kellie  is led by  tiie ear by liis   nearest .advisers   In accept, ns   the  expression of llie fueling  of the   town,   tlie  voice of any crowd  of    casual   idlers   round    town,    with  wliich they e-nn pack a public meeting  to carry tlieir own   point,   so   lung lie  ciinnnt fail to prbvenii ob.-lacli.' iii.-tcuel  of an   assistance   In   its   progress and  welfare'.     As a result  of the; adoption  of this  ill-judged  course  ol" action hv  Jlr.    Kellie,   lie   now   ;finds     ,-u r.'yi'd  against hiin nearly even y liiisini's- man  in   town,   including several who hive  hitherto   lieen   liis   chief   supporlei.-.  Politics are nil very well  but men cannot .-liVorcl to have their Iiumih-s future  spoilt   tn   oblige'   Mr. Kellie,.and    the  very best proof and justification of the-  IIekaldV       recent.      .strictures       cm  liis c-arei'r, is  lhe po-itinn in which  he  No I'.ln.ster, No Fusf, .Inst Iliisiness, That's All."  Tou are looking for Reliable  Goods.  You wish to buy where  you  have a  largo assortment to select from;  You wit-h to save $;  You are in need of Dry Goo**].;  ���������' '��������� "    Boiils and Sliocs;  "        <���������        "    Hats and Caps  '���������'        "        '*    Mon'sFurnishings  " '" "   IIouseFiu-iiishi:i<i'.s  "    Blouse Waists  ''        "        '���������"    Skirts, Elc,  Wu I'.'in supply you with them, anil give  larger assortment lo select, from and  values than any house: in this part,  country.  Men's, Youths' and  Children's Clothing  a Specialty.  vou It  better  of lliu  aa  jStasm^Dealer in.  o  o  et-M-H  J*-*1  O  Gents' Furnishings  Boots and Shoes  Hats and Caps  Stationery  Tobaccos  Cigars  Fancy Articles, Etc.  r<*'*f3''~**"?-'~-,y-^''������'-:~r',^rwr'r^  McKenzie Avenue,  whnt it is to hnve: tlieir wishes obstructed and their interests ignored hy  tlie lueniher of lhu district, ut the bidding oT ii littlo clique,which has found  out, tlie art of gaining thu applause  and votes of those whose interest in  Revelstoke is small or nothing nt all.'  Tho consequence hns been that, every  project for tliu advancement or thu  town has been thwarted on ridiculous  and shallow pretences, until men of  progress are weary of finding themselves continually obliged to light the  very man who should he their best,  helper and foremost leader. The  I-lKHAI.l*) hopes that if the chancc-.eif  which there appears |o bu a good prospect, really presents i I self, the party,  of common sense, progress nnel business principles in town will become a  unit to secure lhu election of a member���������a mil live, active, energetic  member���������who will worthily represent*  this most important, district, nnd lake  that place in the house wliich the  mum her for Itevulstoku should occupy.  Houses for <Sale  OR TO LET.  i??5  i!&l  C"7A  ������_M  iS-si  rm  m  m  ft?5  ���������i������ij  fx2'  __>-  "All Records Broken"  HOW?   WHEN?   WHERE?  WHY AT THE NEW CASH STORE.  Wheru you get. the freshest nnd best, groceries nt lower prices  thnn any othur store in town. Wu ileal exclusively in groceries  und keep a full line of staple nnd fancy guilds to supply thu general  public  m  B  m  m  rr������������  e.~.S.A  m  Jlodern S roomed house, plnsl creel  throughout, e-ity water, inl, iiOxKJU,  corner of Ford nnd .Second Streets,  $1250; $350 down, bnlnnce u.isy terms.  Bunt. $1S.00.  S roomed house on Third Streed in  Block J."i: bath room, cily witur, etc..  $1200.    Terms nrrnnguel.  0 roomed house. Third Street, good  location, electric light, good linr.-e  si able, hen house nnil wood shed. lot  50x100; price $1500.    Terms arranged.  Apply���������  FAYBTTB BUKER,  Fire, Life-, and   Accident  Insurance Agent.  r,,t,-\  K&Jl  fc^.1.1  m  g������  _'$  m  A Fresh Consignment of  Butter and Egg's Just Arrived.  Leave us yonr orders and gpt snl isfnetory goods at satisfactory  prices. j  Vpsfi  Ahlin & Co.'s M,  Old Stand.    <&  So Says MacDuff.  lt is indeed time, for n change !!!  A new clilio'i. nf "The Waverley  Js'iiveis" will appear in our e-oiitempor-  iii v in the cour^e'of n few days. bv.).  JI." Kellie. M.P.P.. gr.indi'i* aiul belter  than ever, live ry body should ��������� read  tlicm. ' '  I'he -Kiiocki-rs- 'ire at wnrk.-nided  anil niietlcd by JIcDiill'. of the Jlnil,  anel Our Jlembe'r. Through theni t lie  Big He-iul bus ii-e-i-ived a paii'of blai I:  eyes Unit will lake a long lime- Im1ic.i1.  What do lhe pi-wpectors now think of  tlieir champions?  .1. Jl. Kellie's new piny, entitled  "Cannon Bond.", in which" the eeliinr  of lhe Jlnil nppenr.- ns ".MncDulf." is  pi.-iving to pour houses l liis week.  Something .-pecinl will be announced  j in a few days to ntl rae I n ci owd.     *  Pl.iywi-ighr !\ellie inl end.- int.riiiliic-  ing anew .md grand ������.pi'claciilai- exhibition in I he course of a few elavs,  when one or* tin* company will per-  fmiii tlif ilu iliing feat of shooting I he  eanvon on a ll-iiie-h   sawing.    J'his act.  i will" jmsitivi'lv he pcrfnrinpd rain or  now- finds hin.se-If with lfg.ird lo | v.hi,lt?. MacDiiir will be the nm.-t.er of  nhno-t,   evoi-v  resilient   of R.*vel-tnke j ccremnnics.  who has a i-ufficii-i.t st.i'".e in lh*> plni-e j  for  Mr.  Kellie'-i   in-en-.ile   policy   loi  It is indeed time for a change  11 i  .���������-.(Te-tTTtr  r*"\  ������Z\  THE PASSING   SHOW   ' lOIUS-X  A well known  lt.-v. Nioke-r who i).'s*j <^^ fy   S y*-^  jusl i-Ptiiriioel fre-iii   Spiikaiie say-*, Ih.-it j Jv__*?<Z}tl������U*Zj ���������  the people  of tin- Washington e.ipit.el  &  HOTEL FOR SALE  The Miniiifr Kxclimine hotel for  tiilo. Tlio lintel is well furni.sli-  O'l throughout tinrl is doiucr Ji  lionil steady bii^iiiu1^. A pply ior  further punii'iil-irs. to  cuas. m. riKT.'n,  Huvclsiokc, ll.C.  H  Screen Doors  Screen WiiidowsJ  Spring Hinges  Door Bells  Garden Hose  Garden Sprinklers  ALWAYS    IN  Lawn Mowers  Garden Rakes  Refrigerators  Ice Cream Freezers  Wire Meat Covers  vl"' Iron Pipe and Fittings  STOCK  McCarty Block.  ������_fii-"l'~sti!_intc:_! given em routing nntl Inriiaco weirlc.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  ^^^swsaf.  ������5h*������  "Wishins: to Clear Out  _._ .mmtmmmmmmzmm^mm  i������ What Shall We Drink?       M  ! Cunsidcr n wliile: l.linL "        25c rf/J>  ^Others lire pleased     .'-    .  fe^ For yourselves���������  K��������� Fnvor us with atrial nnd  help t  fcj������ Est'iblish the: fact thill our cnlt'ecs nn  ttp]  jSfe Exactly ns represented���������pure nnd-wlioli'Somc: nnd ground  - fresh from tho bi'itii.  llie stoe-1: of .1. Alkcnliciiil .t Co., e'Oiii]iosctl of  WATCHES, .IIEWELLRY  and S1LVEI.WAKK  wc linve* rceliii'od prie-o-of .-.nine to n sm nil iier-  '.'t'litntto nliovi! i-n-1, unci will continue .seilllnc  ill rcrliii'i'd prie-eis until July ].j. We nlso iiuike  a hpet'inity of  . Watch Repairing  eiicli job lieinc; llieirotiiclily reprtirt-il  nml gunp-  tiiil'.'cei ior l'J month".   No rare, no jhiv.  Mnil oril.'.r- promptly iitiunelcil to,'and ex-  pru^a pmel one -,_ iiy.  e. mTallum,  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  Front St. REVELSTOKE.  -l"t'I������I"I-i"I"l"l-l"l"t-I-i"i!;'l'->'l"i������l-'l"l"4������l"H'  1    The 1  4.   tl     it*k"*'K7'if-=> SLTT %  ���������5-  ���������i> K-  -^ ^*  4< price,   consiste-'iil. wil.li-the  ^-  ���������5*'    =""^~'irigli"cTstr^'("]U!"rlifv   ilr'ug^T-is"*?*  % always   at   Field   & Bews* t  4< Drug  Store.    We   dei   not >j.  4< liandlu iiiferieirgniiil-seif any i_  ^ kinel.    Inferior   drugs   nre ������  X expensive   ns  a  gift.    Wu ,i.  -> buy the bust only.  L--*Jte������ie~~~-  are* e.vpi jnyi-d at.  llie turn tilings li.i  take pliii-p at HevpUtoke on .Inly 12th. I Colonist    The   Kmnlonp-   Oinngeinen   will   not I . .���������"    ���������*  T.V__...,l   ..=   ..    lneleri.   -is   tiicv'i-f.-e not       It is the uit.-iu.ieui ol tho the Bicycli' ,   . .  Chi     I.���������_ ,m&^^ciory^mslciubtoliavci   phntngraph taken of i.s , l-.k,',)   ,n   l.ivnr of ,h.   i.iinuig  ...inp-  w-iil the i-ailwavcompanv.-Kiimloop-lO'-inner.-  wii_h   tln-ir   w~!ie'.-ls.      lhev | aero- the   hoiel.-r   .-men   .li.i-   Jlintiii  St-iiiil'iul ��������� ���������      - ] will meetiit ..I., ocloek liii'sdnv ev;-n-i ,)f.c..1.,���������. tl, -mcrnwne.-el   king" of the  iohn Mnban. who wn= reporled dead i !:^,r.,-^l^^,"^i.,^".lV "oZ \ P������"inc,    Ins.e-i,.i of cpitn. and l.ibo,  from the  ftt.ctsnf n squeeze net ween (cprc-cnt.  two e-ni-t  nt  Field, i-  lecovering nnel)  will be around  ngain  in n it-xx-  week  His collier boii" anil one rib wen:  broken, but the injuries were not  sei-iou"-.  A. Ltie;i=. corresponding *i������crctiiry  fe.i- the Biber.il-C'oii-i-rvativf A'--nci.i-  tion of Briti.-b Coluiiibi.i, 111 riv.-el nou  Tlie p.irlor soci.-il lu-Id at. I lie-residence of Aid. (ir.ihnin. on Thnrsel.iv  ."Vi-iiing. by ill" I.aili.-' Aid Sot-ii'ty  nfth.' l'n���������bvti-ri.in Cliurcli. wa- ,i  gr.-ni'l suii"���������. A Luge number nf  liidi-,- and cifi'iitli'iiifii were pr.'-ent.  An e.\t i-lle-nt prog! ninme was rendered  during tlie-evening   nnel   1 efn���������hmeiil-  Having decided to close  out my bii.-iine-irf, J am  prep.ired to oir"<_r my stock  of  the ".until  on Thii.i.-'lay.    Ib-   ha.- hnd 1 w.-i.. ' -..rveel   by   tli"    I;idi.=.    A   very  gicnt snci'.-ss   in   1.1 gaiii'/.ing the p.iriy | pli.n-.int nnil infere-l ing  evening   was {  llirougbniit the Ok.-11iii-.1n.   Biiiinilnry '��������� .p,.;^ !,y .ill pn-^.-nf. !  ������nd Soulli Kootviiny di.-trict.- '  I  1  Out'of our citizen'., by lhc nami*- of I  Mncm.   ll).' "Iher   tl.ty   w.i-   pri'-entcil j  u-it'n his lir-t. a very fine   Inl.v.    Thi-|  ���������was   a   new   moon.    The'   f tl her ei.'Ie-1 i  lu-atfd the e-v.-ni   bv drinking  liimse-lf  full.    This'-.Mi-n full mnoii.    When be  Jiwoke from   l-.i- drunken -tnpor all he  had   left   w.-..- 1 ������vn bits.    Tliis was tile  Inst epiiii tt-r-     His inollier-iii law   licit  him over   tho  head   with 11 club, thu-  ��������� giving    him    a    total    ce Iip-e.���������Town  Topic.-. i  The citiz-ns of Kevelstoke have met  .ind formed an nssnci.-it'mii. They liave  ;ido|i|i'il it very < ralitable pint form  .���������nn! .-ii'i-oi.liiig to hit "St nilvie-e.- iulenel  i-b.nigir.g tile Mate nf iiif-iii- I lint  .���������xi-l   in   tb  lc.nl  Busines  lloui nc  ; Locals  Bro-,'.   ail  in   thi.-  IH-,  it.'.tocs    and    C-iMinge   nt  ��������� New    pi  Lf.vei ings'.  ��������� Another c-nnsigniiicnt of new shirt.  W1ii-ls.1l Bom in' Iiro-.  ��������� Laigi'St aiul   best, slncl:    of   bonis  nnei .-hoes iu I he citv al. liniunc Bins.  working  cl.*i--e-  of that  Militiamen!   Turn   out.   In  We_lin-ri.iv I'Vcliing ni'Xl at'  drill   on  il.?  harp.  gl.iss-  irn .uii-.id    town.    In   .*iootlier  column , ;]'.ll||ll|..|1.,  1     -..   ,_       r    ..**   1 I,..I..     ......... I 1.-  I ..... '  ���������Several crules  nf  cioeke-iy  w.-iri'. flnee er tint-, e-te .. jn.-t all i veil al  IJ.'jiu lie Bio.-.  M.iiiil.ilincs, guil in���������������. violin"., bnnjiw  will In- round n copy of llit-ir  rce ently I  iiiiuli*   11���������nliilions.   which  v.as kindly'  fin-winded   to 11-. tog"the-r witli n yi'i-y  HiHtei-ing   opinion   eif   our-elver-, from  the energetic sucielary.���������15. U. Workman.  What is a millionairp? Well, it  depenels on where he iivt-s. If in  Jforth America, he must have a million dollars in gold, or its equivalent."  In South America or Mexico, n tniilion  dollars in silver or its equivalent will  suffice. In Germany lif e-nn claim tin-  title if had a million marks, or their  equivalent, which is nbout 8230,000.  But in Great Britain he must, have .1  uilliion pounds sterling, or an equivalent, or nearly $5,000,1X10. No wonder  that million.-iiies are comparatively  fcc.trce in the latter cunlitry.  .f ih  Int.. _t. ^lyli  j.is!     npi'iieii  an,I  at  .-Hid  at wholesale prices Now ; *  i.s the :i:n^ to 1jh>*. All j f  now- j-~.i.'i.<. Cull oarlyi?  aiul -".-.line tiie iiuM. \ t  ;   T  LAUGHTON,  ��������� '. _,' Ii_-i'.*i.:>oirit";,  .   I'OTP. I  .-or ba:e  t. vp.-.v j ]-i; onir.t.     Kr,  l'i!l.-.".-.'!i. y.     1'i.ir.. r, ;_.-'! Iit *ii'l  m  ;.r������! -ii.iitfl' liiiw.n'  -.    wr.Iie.-II   -**!.'il' or ill'.}- 1  ;.iirti*.i'n'itllt.   Ap; I .��������� to "<i " tl kkai.ii. j  different    pi  Citiinil.i Ih-iigiV:  Book   l.'.i'.-.    Call  see Ih-'iu.  ���������Strings foi' nil inusicil instruments  can nlw.ivs bu h.ul at the Canada Drug  Sc Book Co.  ���������TiyO'.irOwn SaiSiiparilla. "Very  strong and an elegant blond piirificr  and tonic at tlie Canada Drug k Book  Co.  ���������For good phntos call on It. II.  Trtieinnn A; Co.. Smith block. I'resenit  visit teimiiintes Tuesday June 27th.  F. W. Liiing. who for several months  has been" in the employ of I). Jit-  Arthur fc Co., has been appointed In  the vacant clerkship in Ihi* golel enm-  niicsicitier^ tillke���������Nelson Tribune.  ; flowing into Kool winy .mil mLIiw p.u I  of Briti-h' f.'nlmiibi.i.   ibe-y   arc   being j , o;  diveil'-d lo Bepni'licitir!   other e.imps j Clg^TS,    lODaCCOo-    rlpeS,  in th.-*..- .iw,, .-i.n.., wiiw-c .i.e ,.rc ^'- Candies and Confeclioaery  1,nt,   pel-hup*,   so  rich, bm   wiieri'. on |  lhe-   othw-  li.iiul. til''   mini- owner nnd '  niiner  .11 ee   net woriii-el   with   un-Iil!.'-;  Mituc .ii:d'uni-.illi"l foi l"gisl.iti.������ti. Tliey 1  e nn-ieli-i   tiie   nii'-li   l.'iioi*   law .md llie (  eight hour law ns two nf I li" v-i v b.-t .  law- Ib.-il   have-   evei    lieen   i-n.ieif-d  in'  favor nf Spokane   .111 I   1 hey hope-.Ine  M.ii-I in u il!  long 1 ontinne lo wield rbe  destinies of thi<= prnviiiee   nnd  l(ikei'P|  capital   and   cncigv fiom   leaving tlie ���������  ininiu--' states of I li" wi'-l.   to   bcipele-'  velop the !'ii.i--gt-enl"r weillh of Briti'-h  (juliiuibiii.  Kvcrvlliing i.- -Iinping ilself to ivnr-  i-iiiil, the' supposition lhat the long  impending split, in the pi _ivini.-i_I cabinet cannot be in.ich leuigor posi pnncrl.  Jlr. CoMon .11.d .Mr. .Martin unite like  oil nnel wnler, anil this Di-n.liiiiiei's  islnnil li'isiiii"--. s.-en.s |ii;cly tn I'liiiii-h  llie: ni'i-essiiry for'e t" eliive tlicm  iipnrt. The all iele whii ii lhe I li-at.M.U  11'prodiice.s from lhc _!oloiiisl of In-t  Thnr.s.l.iy, is 11 very signiliciiil, one and  it. is quite likely that the period is not  very fnr distant, when the electors of  this district will be: called upon nto  make: another choice ot a representative 'it Victoria, llece-nt events have-  gone :i. long way to open the: eyes of  the residents of this town and dislrict  to the: very large eixlent. lo which this  choice i.s a purely businc-H consielcr.-i-  tion. Bevc'lstokc bus discovered that  it is possible to e'lcct, a member ittul  yc_ hu prnctirnllyiinrepre>.sciiti:d in the:  home.    Btibincs.. men  hnve found out  I BO  lYOU  I WEED  Fountain- Sviti.\c:i-:,  riri-Il  SYltl.NHU,  Hot W-atkii Udtti.h,  f.'eir.n Wa'i-kis Uirrn.K  JlKDIC'IXAr. ATO.MI~il':il  nr   nny   sick   room  requisite      .    .    .    .  -f  ���������i* We-hn vo just, receiveO n new  "X, sleick of elcgnnt Knblier* Goods,  jf which we will oiler in gii.irnn-  * Iced epmlilies. If there's a cr.ick  J or bieak in llie rubber in -I  jf moiiliis the cost is ours,  "t      Prescriptions onr specially.  ^y 1 ry a .sample anel ynu will  e__^  rfe* Enjny the cup Hint cheers  ''"        but does not inetirialu  I  MAt your  &.'  iwn home  .mc df  ���������ofm  GOc^  Q-IEO-   BEXLZL.   &   OO-  iers in Groceries, C outectionery, Fruil  n. A-jyuji-S, _>_:__.3sr^.a-"E_in-s,.  ���������,-' Jobbers and Dealers in Groceries, Confectionery, Fruit, Hay, Feed. SM  iiS) i' -r^r       a -\/r a e=>     -tv/t a -rcr A rr'_--i-*-_-_-***>. *������<$  ���������85.  "Qt^TEI.r.rilOSE No. S8. .     Imioni-fcTiii:i:i', I1KVKI.ST0KE, ll.C. "iQ  I have turned my wood business over lo  J. C< HUTCHISON,  Who should fill orders on the sanie terms.  .  1 advertised lust week.  __FRED. ROBINSON.  ^&itsr������u'lliLiJ'iJ2C*x*3  J. W. Cross, M. D.  Oll'u'.:     Tnylor l'.locU. Jlnckonzie   Avuiuie,  ltt'Vul������,tokt,.  Siivieeon 10 tin" 11.11.Ml.  IIimiIHi nniccT, eiityoi" Ilcvolstoko.  FIELD & BEWS t  I x,  ii  PHARMACY,  Revelstoke, B. C.  ������Z7.      Revelstoke, B. C. J  .������i"f"i"i-j"i"i"i-?-.������i-i"f-i":-'i-i"j-5"i"i'-i'-i������i"i-  1 ���������  tcoiiomic  ������.'... r.. 1 Bicycle Given  ir.Ul'l'..-, I **      .  A"way  On August ist, by thc  ... HOTEL EDWARDS  e.'.ill ut tl.-.- iiotcl uii'l "fr. nlK.iit It.  ���������rt-r; V7&5$  r .   lleive you ever trii'fl tliii store for !*lonr nr  I'orrlili:i: sniff-, la.Jle'il Wlu-nl, (.riiiuiliiteil  Oiitim-iil. l.v Hi" Ir-icit |iroi'ue,-<t"i,  Jlreml eleliVL-ri.-'i ilmly.  A. N. SMITH,  Baker, Grocer, Confectioner,  VICTORIA ROAD EAST.  Men  You can <lrc������i well fiii'l khvo your  money by liuying yonr Clolhes from ns.  Wc luivc complete linei of thc choice-it  e.'miiKliiin    nnd    Importeel    Woritc<l������.  ������S'oriee*s. Twcccls nml Tron^crinits;   nnd  ���������������<: insure llu' fit of every pr.rmcnt tlmt  (.)   luavci our Tiiilorinu Dopnrtme'nt.  1        R. S. WILSON,  ������ CITY MKItCHANT TAILOR.  9) ~  ������->2GX^������2iS������<^i'3&2������2iS'33S.''i"SS>3  LADIES' gMPORIUM  Tiniii) Fiit-iiT, Ckntiii;.  0|i]iOftito Co'.eiiii Hlock.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  Goods  in  tov/n.  M. K. Lawson.  CORPORATION. OF THE  ��������� CITY OF REVELSTOKE  Xolli'i) Is licrcliy Riven Unit (lie l'oimil lly-  liiw will lie- "triitly fiiforceiil uftcr tliu liitli inst.  ��������� Owners eif lior-.es, e-iitlle, Mors poultry, plies  mui oilier mil mills slioulit  finiiMliirf/.i:  thcin-  KCllVl'S Willi llll! I -lllliel lly-liui-, 11 copy of wllll'll  mny In: soon ill my ollle-e where 1I0K lugs, price  %2, etui be oliiiiine'il.  ,   "- C. E. SHAW,  llcvelstolec. .Iiiih: III. IS!)'.). citv Cleric.  Notice  Tn Ice Notice that .lolin IT. Kobinsou, of lhc  city of llcvelMolie, iiiie'iiil.- to npply to the  Itoiirireif l.li-ensliii: t'e.iiiiiils.-ioiie-r.s of 'the* City  of llevclsioki'. at lbe ni'-l uiiilny of llie  l.li'eiisini; e.otirt for 11 license 1.1 sell Heiiior by  r.'tull on the pri'inNes owuimI by hun nml  -fiii-tiMm l.ol������ I.', mul Hi. !'.loi-l: '2.1. on the: <'or-  in-r of Orton A venue inul Second Street, In tliu  suitl Citv of lIcveNtolve.  Dntoil Ihis lir.st ilny of Miiv, A. I)., 1S90.  The Rcyelstoke Street Car  COMPANY.  The llevelstoke Streel, Cur leaves  "Vicloriii Hotel roi- Slntinii nt S. i). 10.  11. 12. 2. \l. -I. .">. 7. 8 nnd 0 o'clock.  I.c-nves .Slnlioti fnr Vielori.-i liote-1 nt  ������.:{ii. !>.3U. in.:*). 11.W), 12,:30, 2.:-!i), :j.:io,  l.'.Vl. .-)..���������'(). l.'.Kl. K.'.'A). !).:i0.  Sc.vdayh���������l.eiives VicloriuJIolel nl  10.1l',12. 2. ::. !, 7 nud 8 o'clnck.  I.e.-ives,Slnl.ii.nnt   JO.IiO,   11 .WI.   I2.B0,  2.:io. :i.:jo, i.'.vi. i.'.vx s.:'/).  J. V. PERKS, : Prop.  '��������� Natures   Own  Health  Preserver."  The Quaker Bath  Cabinet.^-���������>  Turkish Bntl.s nt Home. Saves Health, Life.  Medicine anel Doctor bills. The-c Baths arc  I'leuiant, Toninir. Clean������inp. ilc-lluilnin;:,  Inviftoratinp, Strcnerlhcning to the boely,  blooel, muselc������, heart, etc. For further particulars, information or circulars apply to  Chas, J. Aman, "pp������- &���������������*-  Executor's Notice to Creditors.  NOTIOE IS HEIIEI'.VCilVEN thntnll persons  havinir e'tftiinsii^niti'.t the estate of Allan S.  McKenzie, bite of Anne'cinilii, in the State ot  Montana. U.S.A.. ilceeiipeil. are: rcouireil to  ������enil to Geo. K. .Me-Carter. of ItevclMofee, II. C,  solieilor for Mnry Me'lConzle, the exce������utrix  iimiieel 111 the: lust will inul tc-tanii'iit of M'.iil  ib'i'cn _:d. full narlieulnrs of ������ue-li claiins on or '  before lhe 1.11 li ilny of .lune. IS15'-1, nrul afler  lhe snlil l.".lh ilny of .tunc, tbe i-aiil  e_:ee'iitrix wil' proceeo to disiribuli: the snjil  i-sliilo nintuigst the: persons entitled thereto,  hiivins reitarel only to tho^c claims to which  the executrix Minll then have notice, and thai'  llie -.-iiid e.-cctilri-: will nol be liable lor the  proceed-! of Miid c-tnli: or any part thereof so  distributed to nny person of *\vbo--e claim the  vaid executrix Imi not notice at lhc time of  the dlMribiilion thereof.  baled this i.-.tli Miivi.S'.l.  UKO. K. "Slc-CAUTEB,  ::(i���������Iw'' " Solicitor for thc said Executrix.  Administrators Notice to Creditors  Notice is hereby Kivcn that all creditors and  persons iiavinf; claims against thc estate of  Arthur Godfrey Molson Spragge, late of Revel-'  stoke, 11. C. barrister, deceased, aro required  to send to James F. Armstrong, Esq., Offlclal  Administrator, at Fort Steele, B. v., tlio administrator of this estate, full particulars.of  such claims on or before the 23rd dav of June,  1SD9; and after the said 23rd June, 1899, tho  ���������said administrator will proceed to distribute  said estate amongst the persons entitled  thereto, liavine regard only to tho������e) claims of  which the said administrator shall then havo  notice and that the said administrator will  not be liable for the proceeds of said estate or  any part thereof so distributed to any person  of whose claim thesaidadnr.nlstratorshall not  have had notice at the time of the distribution  thereof.  Dated this 23rd dav of May, ISM.  GEO It _ i: S. McCARTEIt  11���������Iw���������w      Solicitor ior said Adminstrator.  PI  V  m  \  i  J9.

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